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Identification and characterization of conserved and divergent genes encoding the nuclear envelope LINC complex in maize (Zea mays L.)
The LINC (Linker of Nucleoskeleton to Cytoskeleton) complex serves as an essential multi-protein structure spanning the nuclear envelope. It connects the cytoplasm to the nucleoplasm and functions to maintain nuclear shape and architecture, as well as regulates chromosome dynamics during mitosis and meiosis. Knowledge of LINC complex composition and function in the plant kingdom is relatively limited, especially in the monocots which include the cereal grains and other grass species. Wedoi:10.1101/343939 fatcat:kswewrr2vjblhocd2tbyc677wm