Phosphorylated Lamins in Euchromatin: New Clues to Progeria.


Lamin proteins not only form the nuclear lamina, but some are also found in the nuclear interior. In this issue of Developmental Cell, Ikegami et al. describe that phosphorylated Lamin C in the nuclear interior interacts with enhancer-like elements and link this to deregulated transcription in progeria.

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Developmental cell
  • Volume 52
  • Issue nr. 6
  • Pages 676-678
  • Publication date 23-03-2020

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