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Nuclear domain

Definition

noun
plural: nuclear domains
(cell biology) Synonym of nuclear body, i.e. any of the prominent non-membraned structures in the nucleus of the eukaryotic cell, e.g. Cajal bodies and gems, polymorphic interphase karyosomal association domains, promyelocytic leukaemia protein bodies, paraspeckles, splicing speckles, perichromatin fibrils, and clastosomes

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