The nucleoskeleton, also referred to as nuclear matrix, is the filamentous component of the nucleus not solubilized during extraction with high salt buffers. The nucleoskeleton is akin to a scaffold with which other components of the nucleus (proteins, RNA, DNA) can interact to fix their positions within the nucleus.
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