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Nucleolar Proteomics

  1. Yohann Couté1,
  2. Alexander Scherl2,
  3. Régis Dieckmann2,
  4. Aleth Callé1,
  5. Christine Hoogland3,
  6. Karine Kindbeiter1,
  7. Catherine Déon2,
  8. Anna Greco1,
  9. Jean-Charles Sanchez2,
  10. Jean-Jacques Diaz1,
  11. Denis Hochstrasser2

Published Online: 27 JAN 2006

DOI: 10.1038/npg.els.0006190

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How to Cite

Couté, Y., Scherl, A., Dieckmann, R., Callé, A., Hoogland, C., Kindbeiter, K., Déon, C., Greco, A., Sanchez, J.-C., Diaz, J.-J. and Hochstrasser, D. 2006. Nucleolar Proteomics. eLS. .

Author Information

  1. 1

    INSERM, Faculté de Médecine Lyon-R.T.H. Laennec, Lyon, France

  2. 2

    Geneva University Hospital, Switzerland

  3. 3

    Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics, Ganeva, Switzerland

Publication History

  1. Published Online: 27 JAN 2006

Abstract

The nucleolus is a dense membrane-free nuclear domain, visible by light microscopy. It is known that the nucleolus is the site of ribosomal gene transcription and ribosome assembly. However, it appears that the nucleolus also plays a key role in many other biological processes.

Keywords:

  • nucleolus;
  • mass spectrometry;
  • proteomics;
  • nucleolar functions;
  • annotated naps