Figure 2: Distribution of low-LAC channels in close proximity to the nuclear envelope in infected and non-infected cells.

From: Herpes simplex virus 1 induces egress channels through marginalized host chromatin

Figure 2

Low-LAC regions of the nucleoplasm with (A) and without (B) VRC adjacent to the nuclear envelope. A computationally reduced skeletonized structure of the low-LAC regions in the 0.5 μm-thick layer of host chromatin close to the nuclear envelope, which shows channels across the peripheral heterochromatin in infected (C) as well as non-infected (D) cells. Pseudo-colour indicates (increasing from red to blue) the distance from the nuclear envelope. See also Supplementary Video S2.