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The fibrous, electron-dense layer lying on the nucleoplasmic side of the inner membrane of a cell nucleus, composed of lamin filaments. The polypeptides of the lamina are thought to be concerned in the dissolution of the nuclear envelope and its re-f
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Media in category "Nuclear lamina"
The following 31 files are in this category, out of 31 total.
- Immunostaining of mouse cell visualized by confocal microscopy.jpg 920 × 216; 40 KB
- Nuclear envelope breakdown and reassembly in mitosis.jpg 1,200 × 790; 142 KB
- Perinuclear-Arp23-driven-actin-polymerization-enables-nuclear-deformation-to-facilitate-cell-ncomms10997-s2.ogv 1 min 16 s, 1,139 × 369; 6.74 MB
- Structure and function of the nuclear lamina.jpg 1,200 × 593; 133 KB
- The three layers of NE proteins ru.svg 1,170 × 700; 128 KB
- The three layers of NE proteins.jpg 1,200 × 723; 144 KB