2007

Nuclear Dynamics

Molecular Biology and Visualization of the Nucleus

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ISBN: 978-4-431-30054-0 (Print) 978-4-431-30130-1 (Online)

Table of contents (15 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages I-XII

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    Book Chapter

    Pages 1-37

    Visual Biology of Nuclear Dynamics: From Micro- to Nano-dynamics of Nuclear Components

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    Pages 38-54

    Nuclear Envelope: Nanoarray Responsive to Aldosterone

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    Pages 55-87

    Mitotic Chromosome Segregation Control

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    Pages 89-106

    Breakdown and Reformation of the Nuclear Envelope

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    Pages 107-122

    Functional Organization and Dynamic Aspects of Nucleoli During the Cell Cycle

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    Pages 123-143

    Dynamics, Roles, and Diseases of the Nuclear Membrane, Lamins, and Lamin-binding Proteins

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    Pages 145-175

    Gene Selectors Consisting of DNA-Binding Proteins, Histories, and Histone-Binding Proteins Regulate the Three Major Stages of Gene Expression

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    Pages 177-195

    Dynamic Chromatin Loops and the Regulation of Gene Expression

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    Pages 197-226

    Nuclear Architecture: Topology and Function of Chromatin- and Non-Chromatin Nuclear Domains

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    Pages 227-238

    Regulation of Chromatin Structure by Curved DNA: How Activator Binding Sites Become Accessible

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    Pages 239-248

    Actin-Related Proteins Involved in Nuclear and Chromatin Dynamics

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    Pages 249-254

    Effects of 5-Bromodeoxyuridine on Chromatin Structure

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    Pages 255-262

    Transcriptional Modulation by Nuclear Matrix Protein P130/MAT3 Associated with MAR/SAR

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    Pages 263-269

    Breaking and Tessellating the Contiguous Nuclear Genome

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    Pages 271-276

    Perspective—toward understanding the in situ genome function

  17. Back Matter

    Pages 277-279