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Putting muscle in the nucleus

 
  October, 16 2000 2:11
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Putting muscle in the nucleus

For the first time, scientists have demonstrated the presence of myosin, a "molecular motor," inside the nucleus, where it appears to power the assembly line that reads DNA and forges genetic messages.

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