Nuclear pore

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The [[Nucleus|nucleus]] of an [[Eukaryotes|eukaryotic organism]] is an [[Organelle|organelle]] surrounded by a [[Nuclear_envelope|nuclear envelope]], which contains nuclear pores. The pores allow the transportation of material&nbsp;between the nucleus and the [[Cytoplasm|cytoplasm]] through nucleocytoplasmic transport. <ref>http://bscb.org/learning-resources/softcell-e-learning/nuclear-pore/</ref>&nbsp;The nuclear pore is composed of multiple proteins, allowing the entry of small water soluble molecules and proteins of a small [[Molecular_weight|molecular weight]] from the cytoplasm into the nucleus. The nuclear pores further allow instructions from the nucleus to enter the cytoplasm in the form of [[Ribonucleoprotein|ribonucleo protein]]&nbsp;complexes.
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The [[Nucleus|nucleus]] of an [[Eukaryotes|eukaryotic organism]] is an [[Organelle|organelle]] surrounded by a [[Nuclear envelope|nuclear envelope]], which contains nuclear pores. The pores allow the transportation of material between the nucleus and the [[Cytoplasm|cytoplasm]] through nucleocytoplasmic transport<ref>http://bscb.org/learning-resources/softcell-e-learning/nuclear-pore/</ref>. The nuclear pore is composed of multiple proteins, allowing the entry of small water-soluble molecules and proteins of a small [[Molecular weight|molecular weight]] from the cytoplasm into the nucleus. The nuclear pores further allow instructions from the nucleus to enter the cytoplasm in the form of [[Ribonucleoprotein|ribonucleo protein]] complexes.  
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Latest revision as of 13:45, 5 December 2017

The nucleus of an eukaryotic organism is an organelle surrounded by a nuclear envelope, which contains nuclear pores. The pores allow the transportation of material between the nucleus and the cytoplasm through nucleocytoplasmic transport[1]. The nuclear pore is composed of multiple proteins, allowing the entry of small water-soluble molecules and proteins of a small molecular weight from the cytoplasm into the nucleus. The nuclear pores further allow instructions from the nucleus to enter the cytoplasm in the form of ribonucleo protein complexes.

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  1. http://bscb.org/learning-resources/softcell-e-learning/nuclear-pore/
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