Figure 1.

Nuclear lamins: domain organization and protein structure. (a) Domain organization of the major lamins in humans. The α-helical rod domain comprises four segments, 1A, 1B, 2A, 2B (yellow), which are separated by linker segments, L1, L12 and L2. The tail domain contains a nuclear localization signal, an immunoglobulin domain (green), and a conserved CAAX box, which undergoes farnesylation. (b) The structure of a portion of the α-helical rod domain corresponding to human lamin A segment 2B (PDB code: 1X8Y) [19]. (c) The structure of the Ig domain from human lamin A/C (PDB: 1IFR) [20].

Dittmer and Misteli Genome Biology 2011 12:222   doi:10.1186/gb-2011-12-5-222
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