nucleus: see cell, in biology.
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The stress of finding NEMO: a cell's response to damaged DNA is triggered when two proteins leave the nucleus and converge upon a signaling complex in the cytoplasm. This activates a key transcription factor that then moves into the nucleus to promote cell survival.(CELL BIOLOGY) (Science)
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Beyond the walls of the nucleus: the role of histones in cellular signaling and innate immunity (1). (Biochemistry and Cell Biology)
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Methylation outside the nucleus.(HIGHLIGHTED IN SCIENCE'S SIGNAL TRANSDUCTION KNOWLEDGE ENVIRONMENT)(Brief Article) (Science)
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