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  1. Nucleolar Organization and Functions in Health and Disease
  2. Exploring near-infrared absorbing nanocarriers to overcome cancer drug resistance
  3. MSC - targets for atherosclerosis therapy
  4. Cytoplasmic RNA Granules in Somatic Maintenance
  5. AMP Kinase Activation Alters Oxidant-Induced Stress Granule Assembly by Modulating Cell Signaling and Microtubule Organization
  6. Immunofluorescence staining of kidney sections to monitor ischemia-induced damage
  7. Gold Nanoparticles Impinge on Nucleoli and the Stress Response in MCF7 Breast Cancer Cells
  8. Quantitative analysis of the interplay between hsc70 and its co-chaperone HspBP1
  9. Data in support of 5′AMP-activated protein kinase alpha regulates stress granule biogenesis
  10. Hsc70 chaperone activity underlies Trio GEF function in axon growth and guidance induced by netrin-1
  11. Age, atherosclerosis and type 2 diabetes reduce human mesenchymal stromal cell-mediated T-cell suppression
  12. Impact of Leishmania Infection on Host Macrophage Nuclear Physiology and Nucleopore Complex Integrity
  13. Enhanced killing of SCC17B human head and neck squamous cell carcinoma cells after photodynamic therapy plus fenretinide via the de novo sphingolipid biosynthesis pathway and apoptosis
  14. Detecting changes in the mitochondrial membrane potential by quantitative fluorescence microscopy
  15. Off to the Organelles - Killing Cancer Cells with Targeted Gold Nanoparticles
  16. Ceramide synthase inhibitor fumonisin B1 inhibits apoptotic cell death in SCC17B human head and neck squamous carcinoma cells after Pc4 photosensitization
  17. Nucleoli and Stress Granules: Connecting Distant Relatives
  18. Gold nanoparticles induce nuclear damage in breast cancer cells, which is further amplified by hyperthermia
  19. Pharmacological AMP Kinase Activators Target the Nucleolar Organization and Control Cell Proliferation
  20. Identification of Novel Markers That Demarcate the Nucleolus during Severe Stress and Chemotherapeutic Treatment
  21. Contributions of AMP kinase to the Pathogenesis of Type 2 Diabetes and Neurodegenerative Diseases
  22. Identification of Novel Stress Granule Components That Are Involved in Nuclear Transport
  23. Automated Detection and Quantification of Granular Cell Compartments
  24. Implications of multipotent mesenchymal stromal cell aging
  25. Chaperones and Multitasking Proteins in the Nucleolus
  26. Spatial Proteomics Sheds Light on the Biology of Nucleolar Chaperones
  27. Nuclear Transport: A Switch for the Oxidative Stress—Signaling Circuit?
  28. AMP kinase: the missing link between type 2 diabetes and neurodegenerative diseases?
  29. Targeting AMPK for Therapeutic Intervention in Type 2 Diabetes
  30. Exploring the Nucleolar Proteome: Novel Concepts for Chaperone Trafficking and Function
  31. Computer-based fluorescence quantification: a novel approach to study nucleolar biology
  32. Nuclear envelopes show cell-type specific sensitivity for the permeabilization with digitonin.
  33. Chaperones and multitasking proteins in the nucleolus: networking together for survival?
  34. Traffic control at the nuclear pore
  35. Dissecting the Signaling Events That Impact Classical Nuclear Import and Target Nuclear Transport Factors
  36. Interplay between MEK and PI3 kinase signaling regulates the subcellular localization of protein kinases ERK1/2 and Akt upon oxidative stress
  37. Optimized immunofluorescence staining protocol to detect the nucleoporin Nup98 in different subcellular compartments
  38. Oxidative stress mislocalizes and retains transport factor importin-α and nucleoporins Nup153 and Nup88 in nuclei where they generate high molecular mass complexes
  39. The localization of nuclear exporters of the importin-β family is regulated by Snf1 kinase, nutrient supply and stress
  40. The carrier Msn5p/Kap142p promotes nuclear export of the hsp70 Ssa4p and relocates in response to stress
  41. The N-terminal domain of the mammalian nucleoporin p62 interacts with other nucleoporins of the FXFG family during interphase
  42. Rapid purification of the outer mitochondrial membrane protein Por1p from Saccharomyces cerevisiae
  43. Starvation Promotes Nuclear Accumulation of the hsp70 Ssa4p in Yeast Cells
  44. Nonlamin components of the lamina: a paucity of proteins
  45. Targeting of the mammalian nucleoporin p62 to the nuclear envelope in the yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae and HeLa cells
  46. Overexpression of the nucleoporin p62 induces nuclear fragmentation in HeLa cells
  47. Nucleocytoplasmic trafficking of proteins: With or without Ran?
  48. Targeting of the mammalian nucleoporin p62 to the nuclear envelope in the yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae and HeLa cells
  49. Velcro in the nuclear envelope: LBR and LAPs
  50. The small GTPase Gsp1p binds to the repeat domain of the nucleoporin Nsp1p
  51. In VivoAnalysis of Nuclear Protein Traffic in Mammalian Cells
  52. The yeast nucleoporin Nsp1 binds nuclear localization sequences in vitro
  53. Construction and in vivo analysis of new split lactose permeases
  54. Limited proteolysis of chicken gizzard 5′-nucleotidase
  55. Affinity labelling of 5′-nucleotidases with 5′-p-fluorosulphonylbenzoyladenosine
  56. Evidence for the direct interaction of chicken gizzard 5′-nucleotidase with laminin and fibronectin
  57. Studies on Transposable Element Ac of Zea Mays
  58. The N-terminal region of Escherichia coli lactose permease mediates membrane contact of the nascent polypeptide chain
  59. Limited proteolysis of lactose permease from Escherichia coli