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Nucleolin is an abundant, 106 kDa nucleolar phosphoprotein. It is the major protein in actively dividing cells, whereas the degraded forms are relatively abundant in non-dividing cells. Stability of the nucleolin protein is cell proliferation-dependent. It plays a role in rDNA transcription, organization, and rRNA processing. It may alter DNA organization in response to cell cycle controls. Nucleolin antibodies are commonly used as a mammalian nucleolus marker.
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Nucleolin is a ubiquitous, nonhistone nucleolar phosphoprotein of exponentially growing eukaryotic cells and is present in abundance at the dense fibrillar and granular regions of nucleolus. Intact nucleolin is the major species and represents 5% of n... Read more.
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Nucleolin is an abundant, 106 kDa nucleolar phosphoprotein that is a major protein in actively dividing cells. The stability of nucleolin is heavily cell proliferation-dependent, as nucleolin antibody studies have shown that degraded forms are relativ... Read more.
|Nucleolin: To the Nucleus and Beyond!
Nucleolin is a multifunctional phosphoprotein ubiquitously distributed in the nucleolus, nucleus and cytoplasm of the cell. Nucleolin has a bipartite nuclear localization signal sequence and is conserved across the species. Nucleolin levels are expres... Read more.