Special Issue "Nucleocytoplasmic Transport"
A special issue of Cells (ISSN 2073-4409).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (20 June 2015)
Prof. Dr. Birthe Fahrenkrog
Laboratoire du Biologie du Noyau, Institut de Biologie & de Médecine Moléculaire, Université Libre de Bruxelles, Rue Profs Jeener & Brachet, 12, B-6041 Charleroi, Belgium
Fax: +32 2 650 9950
Interests: nuclear pore complex; nucleocytoplasmic transport; nuclear envelope; lamins; apoptosis in yeast
Nucleocytoplasmic transport is a critical cellular process and vitally important for normal cell function. Trafficking between the cytoplasm and the nucleus occurs through nuclear pore complexes, macromolecular assemblies that punctuate the nuclear envelope, and constituted of proteins, known as nucleoporins. We have made exceptional progress in our understanding of nucleocytoplasmic transport, nuclear pore complex architecture, and nucleoporin function in recent years and unravelled the plurality of cellular processes that are interconnected with the nucleocytoplasmic transport machinery. This Special Issue offers an Open Access forum at bringing together a collection of original research and review articles addressing the expanding aspects of nucleocytoplasmic transport and nuclear pore function. To that end, we are welcoming contributions that may cover molecular mechanisms or functions of nuclear pore proteins and nuclear transport factors, not only in nucleocytoplasmic transport and nuclear pore structure, but, also, for example, in the regulation of gene expression and the cell cycle, the crosstalk with other cell signalling programs, and the implication in health and disease. We hope to provide a stimulating collection that will further research in this fascinating field.
Prof. Dr. Birthe Fahrenkrog
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- nucleocytoplasmic transport
- Ran GTPase
- nuclear pore complex
- nuclear pore complex assembly and disassembly
- nuclear envelope
- nuclear organization
- gene expression
- cell cycle
- human disease