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Super-resolution microscopy reveals lamin protein meshwork at the inner side of the nuclear membrane

All creatures of the animal kingdom share one thing: the nuclear membrane. Wrapping the genetic core of the cell, this membrane, together with all the attached proteins, plays a vital role in biological functions. Despite its importance, details of its architecture are still missing.
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