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July 20, 2007

Volume 282Issue 29p20785-21572, e23-e24, e99928
Open Access
On The Cover: Development of a technique for intranuclear delivery of therapeutic macromolecules will facilitate an expansion in molecular therapies for human diseases but requires identification of pathways capable of mediating intranuclear macromolecular transport. In this issue, Hansen et al. (pages 20790–20793) present the first evidence of intranuclear protein transduction through a nucleoside salvage pathway. Image created by www.christianchang.com....
On The Cover: Development of a technique for intranuclear delivery of therapeutic macromolecules will facilitate an expansion in molecular therapies for human diseases but requires identification of pathways capable of mediating intranuclear macromolecular transport. In this issue, Hansen et al. (pages 20790–20793) present the first evidence of intranuclear protein transduction through a nucleoside salvage pathway. Image created by www.christianchang.com.

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RNA: Processing and Catalysis

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Protein Synthesis, Post-Translational Modification, and Degradation

Genomics, Proteomics, and Bioinformatics

Protein Structure and Folding

Enzyme Catalysis and Regulation

Metabolism and Bioenergetics

Glycobiology and Extracellular Matrices

Lipids and Lipoproteins

Membrane Transport, Structure, Function, and Biogenesis

Molecular Basis of Cell and Developmental Biology

Mechanisms of Signal Transduction

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