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1. Reconstitution of Nuclear Protein Transport with Semi-Intact Yeast Cells

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2. Nuf2, a spindle pole body-associated protein required for nuclear division in yeast

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3. A Role for the DnaJ Homologue Scj1p in Protein Folding in the Yeast Endoplasmic Reticulum

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4. The Yeast Dynactin Complex Is Involved in Partitioning the Mitotic Spindle between Mother and Daughter Cells during

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5. Kap120 Functions as a Nuclear Import Receptor for Ribosome Assembly Factor Rpf1 in Yeast†

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6. Spc29p is a component of the Spc110p subcomplex and is essential for spindle pole body duplication

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7. Sumoylation regulates Kap114-mediated nuclear transport

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8. Cse1p Is Involved in Export of Yeast Importin α from the Nucleus

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9. Nup2p, a Yeast Nucleoporin, Functions in Bidirectional Transport of Importin α

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10. A Role for the DnaJ Homologue Scj1p in Protein Folding in the Yeast Endoplasmic Reticulum

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