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Nuclear dilemma resolved

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After cell division, membranes become fused around the nucleus to encapsulate the cell's chromosomes. It emerges that this process is regulated by the ESCRT-III protein complex. See Letters p.231 & p.236

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Figure 1: Resealing the nuclear envelope.

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