Thursday, January 15, 2009


The weird structure of Vaults

An intriguing but poorly understood structure, broadly distributed in eukaryotic cells, is a large ribonucleo-protein particle termed a vault--so named because electron microscopy revealed a complex morphology resembling the multiple arches of cathedral vaults. More @ Science/AAAS

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