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Growing the nuclear envelope proteome

Identifying protein components of the nuclear envelope is a slow and challenging process. Now a proximity labelling technique adapted for plants reveals novel protein components in this under-researched membrane.

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Fig. 1: Using proximity labelling technique to identify novel protein components in the plant NE.


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Graumann, K., Evans, D.E. Growing the nuclear envelope proteome. Nat. Plants 6, 740–741 (2020).

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