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Author: Tokuko Haraguchi

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Asymmetrical localization of Nup107-160 subcomplex components within the nuclear pore complex in fission yeast

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An evolutionary switch in the specificity of an endosomal CORVET tether underlies formation of regulated secretory vesicles in the ciliate Tetrahymena thermophila

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Exportin Crm1 is repurposed as a docking protein to generate microtubule organizing centers at the nuclear pore

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Compositionally distinct nuclear pore complexes of functionally distinct dimorphic nuclei in ciliate Tetrahymena

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Turning and twisting motion of chromosomes as an accelerating force to align homologous chromosomes during meiosis

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