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Neurodegeneration

Problems at the nuclear pore

Nature volume 525, pages 3637 (03 September 2015) | Download Citation

Expansion of a repetitive DNA sequence is associated with neurodegeneration. Three studies identify genes involved in nuclear import and export that can mediate the toxicity this expansion causes. See Article p.56 & Letter p.129

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  1. Bennett W. Fox and Randal S. Tibbetts are in the Department of Human Oncology, University of Wisconsin–Madison, Madison, Wisconsin 53706, USA.

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