Nuclear transport


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Nuclear transport

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While nuclear transport of small molecules happens by diffusion, that of macromolecules carrying specific recognition signals happens through nuclear pore complexes. Nuclear transport is regulated by the availability of these signals to the transport machinery, changes in the levels or modifications of the molecules to be transported.

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