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1991) have drawn attention to the existence of a class of proteins, ‘‘chromosomal passenger proteins,” which associate with the chromosome and transfer to the mitotic spindle at anaphase. Some of the members of this group reside at the centromere, suggesting that the surface of the centromere may play an important role in determining the spatial distribution of some proteins involved in cell division. The existence of this class of proteins along with the activity of the kinetochore domain suggests that the chromosome is not a passive component of the division process but rather integrated into this process at several stages.
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1977, 1978; Berezney, 1984; Figure lb). Electron microscopic autoradiographic studies further revealed that the sites of DNA replication, transcription and previously transcribed RNA were preferentially localized in the in situ nuclear matrix region (Fakan and Bernhard, 1971; Fakan and Hancock, 1974; Berezney, 1984). A schematic three-dimensional view of the typical eukaryotic cell nucleus is shown in Figure 2. In this model the in situ matrix is presented as the major structural region in the nucleus where nuclear function occurs.