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Nuclear lamina

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NUCLEAR LAMINA

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NUCLEAR LAMINA, HETEROCHROMATIN, GENE REGULATION

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Nuclear Lamina and Matrix

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Lámina nuclear.

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Apoptosis, Nuclear Lamina

The nuclear lamina is a dense fibrillar network inside the nucleus of most cells. It is composed of intermediate filaments and membrane associated proteins. Besides providing mechanical support, the nuclear lamina regulates important cellular events such as DNA replication and cell division. Additionally, it participates in chromatin organization and it anchors the nuclear pore complexes embedded in the nuclear envelope.
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  • Structure and composition 

  • Role and interaction aspects 

  • Laminopathies