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ESCRT-III/Vps4 controls heterochromatin-nuclear envelope attachments
AbstractIn eukaryotes chromosomes are compartmentalized within the nucleus delimited by the double membrane of the nuclear envelope (NE). Defects in the function and structure of the NE are linked to disease1,2. During interphase, the NE organizes the genome and regulates its expression3. As cells enter mitosis, chromosomes are released from the NE, which is then remodelled to form the daughter nuclei at mitotic exit4. Interactions between the NE and chromatin underpinning both interphase anddoi:10.1101/579805 fatcat:xwwlz2vqira3vhzusfhd4xjwn4