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Nuclear pore complexes (NPCs), are large multiprotein channels that penetrate the nuclear envelope connecting the nucleus to the cytoplasm. Accumulating evidence shows that besides their main role in regulating the exchange of molecules between these two compartments, NPCs and their components also play important transport-independent roles, including gene expression regulation, chromatin organization, DNA repair, RNA processing and quality control, and cell cycle control. Here, we will describe the recent findings about the role of these structures in the regulation of gene expression. Copyright © 2017 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

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Marcela Raices, Maximiliano A D'Angelo. Nuclear pore complexes and regulation of gene expression. Current opinion in cell biology. 2017 Jun;46:26-32

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