Class: Nuclear_Lamina

•owl:Thing
        •bfo:Entity
                •snap:Continuant
                        •snap:IndependentContinuant
                                •snap:Object
                                        •Cellular_Component
                                                •Cellular_Subcomponent
                                                        •Nuclear_Subcomponent
                                                                •Nuclear_Lamina

Super Classes

Nuclear_Subcomponent

Disjoint Classes

Barr_Body, Nuclear_Pore, Nuclear_Inclusion, Nucleoplasm, Nuclear_Body, Chromatin, Nuclear_Membrane, Nucleolus, Interchromatin_Granule

Annotations

birn_annot:curationStatusuncurated
definitionMeshwork of extremely fine filaments composed of polypeptides called lamins that run parallel with the inner surface of the nuclear envelope (Peters, Palay and Webster, 1991).
definitionThe fibrous, electron-dense layer lying on the nucleoplasmic side of the inner membrane of a cell nucleus, composed of lamin filaments. The polypeptides of the lamina are thought to be concerned in the dissolution of the nuclear envelope and its re-formation during mitosis. The lamina is composed of lamin A and lamin C filaments cross-linked into an orthogonal lattice, which is attached via lamin B to the inner nuclear membrane through interactions with a lamin B receptor, an IFAP, in the membrane (Gene Ontology).
gene_Ontology_ID0005652
sao_IDsao1455996588
umls_IDC1136039
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