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cytoplasmic localization


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cytoplasmic localization

cytoplasmic localization

A Putative NES Mediates Cytoplasmic Localization of Apoptin in Normal Cells

Two Nuclear Export Signals Specify the Cytoplasmic Localization of Calcineurin B Homologous Protein 1

Localization and Topogenesis Studies of Cytoplasmic and Vacuolar Homologs of the Galanthus nivalis Agglutinin

ALS mutant FUS disrupts nuclear localization and sequesters wild-type FUS within cytoplasmic stress granules

The cytoplasmic ‘linker region’ in Toll-like receptor 3 controls receptor localization and signaling

TDRD3, a novel Tudor domain-containing protein, localizes to cytoplasmic stress granules

Proteins that contain a functional Z-DNA-binding domain localize to cytoplasmic stress granules

The extracellular domains of E- and N-cadherin determine the scattered punctate localization in epithelial cells and the cytoplasmic domains modulate the localization

The extracellular domains of E- and N-cadherin determine the scattered punctate localization in epithelial cells and the cytoplasmic domains modulate the localization

Sam68 expression and cytoplasmic localization is correlated with lymph node metastasis as well as prognosis in patients with early-stage cervical cancer

Cloning and Characterization of HumanSep1 (hSEP1) Gene and Cytoplasmic Localization of its Product

Topology of eukaryotic multispanning transmembrane proteins: use of LacZ fusions for the localization of cytoplasmic domains in COS.M6 cells.

Arginine methylation by PRMT1 regulates nuclear-cytoplasmic localization and toxicity of FUS/TLS harbouring ALS-linked mutations

SF21 is a Protein which Exhibits a Dual Nuclear and Cytoplasmic Localization in Developing Pistils of Sunflower and Tobacco

Maintenance-Type DNA Methyltransferase Is Highly Expressed in Post-Mitotic Neurons and Localized in the Cytoplasmic Compartment

Cytoplasmic localization of wild-type p53 in glioblastomas correlates with expression of vimentin and glial fibrillary acidic protein

Three Leucine-Rich Sequences and the N-Terminal Region of Double-Stranded RNA-Activated Protein Kinase (PKR) Are Responsible for Its Cytoplasmic Localization

 

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The process whereby maternally or zygotically synthesized molecules become situated in specific spatial locations in the egg or zygote. This has been most widely examined in the Drosophila egg (e.g., in formation of the pole plasm (q.v.) or in positioning of cytoplasmic determinants (q.v.) that are later required for embryonic body pattern formation) and thought to be a stepwise process involving synthesis of the maternal product, its transport to the desired location, anchoring, and maintenance of localization. These steps are dependent upon sequential gene expression, cytoskeletal elements, and cell organelles. See Balbiani body, bicoid, maternal effect gene, maternal polarity mutants, mitochondrial cloud, sponge body.

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