nucleoplasmin


nucleoplasmin
Contents of resting (interphase) nucleus. [nucleo- + plasma + -in]

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nu·cleo·plas·min (nooґkle-o-plaz″min) any of a family of acidic nuclear proteins that act as molecular chaperones, mediating the assembly of nucleosomes; nucleoplasmin transiently reduces the positive charges on histone proteins to prevent incorrect nonspecific aggregation of histones and DNA.

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