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Deconstructing transport-distribution reconstruction in the nuclear-pore complex

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Fig. 1: The performance of SPEED depends on the dataset size and overall precision.

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Acknowledgements

This work was funded by grants 1R01GM123541. D.G. acknowledges support from the National Institutes of Health Common Fund 4D Nucleome Program (grant 1U01EB021238) and NIGMS grant R01GM123541. C.S.S. was supported by a Junior Research Fellowship through Merton College, Oxford, UK. We thank S. Musser for critical feedback on the entire project and M. Hammer for critical reading of theory development. L.-C.T. acknowledges support by the NIH through grant K99 GM126810.

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All authors contributed to the study design and data interpretation; L.-C.T., M.H., C.S.S. and Y.-C.C. collected and analyzed data, M.H. led and implemented simulations with support from C.S.S. and Y.-C.C.; Y.-C.C. derived theory with support from L.-C.T. and C.S.S. D.G. initiated the project and provided supervision. All authors wrote, revised, and approved the manuscript.

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Tu, LC., Huisman, M., Chung, YC. et al. Deconstructing transport-distribution reconstruction in the nuclear-pore complex. Nat Struct Mol Biol 25, 1061–1062 (2018). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41594-018-0161-2

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