• Visualization of specific DNA sequences in living mouse embryonic stem cells with a programmable fluorescent CRISPR/Cas system
  • Microtubules move the nucleus to quiescence
  • Toward a consensus on the mechanism of nuclear pore complex inheritance
  • Characterization of nuclear pore complex components in fission yeast <i>Schizosaccharomyces pombe</i>

Visualization of specific DNA sequences in living mouse embryonic stem cells with a programmable fluorescent CRISPR/Cas system

Tobias Anton, Sebastian Bultmann, Heinrich Leonhardt and Yolanda Markaki

Microtubules move the nucleus to quiescence

Damien Laporte and Isabelle Sagot

Toward a consensus on the mechanism of nuclear pore complex inheritance

C Patrick Lusk and Paolo Colombi

Characterization of nuclear pore complex components in fission yeast Schizosaccharomyces pombe

Haruhiko Asakawa, Hui-Ju Yang, Takaharu G Yamamoto, Chizuru Ohtsuki, Yuji Chikashige, Kumiko Sakata-Sogawa, Makio Tokunaga, Masaaki Iwamoto, Yasushi Hiraoka and Tokuko Haraguchi

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Nucleus

July/August 2014

Volume 5, Issue 4

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About the cover image
Novel fluorescence-based approach of imaging the nuclear DNA based on single molecule localization microscopy of (near)-UV-photoconverted green-emitting forms of Hoechst and DAPI dyes. Enhanced resolution obtained reveals DNA density variations at length scales beyond the diffraction limit. For more details, see Szczurek et al.

Web of Science Acceptance!

Landes Bioscience is pleased to announce that Nucleus has been accepted for inclusion in the ISI Web of Science! Stay tuned for our first impact factor.

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