Nuclear pore


any of numerous structures with complex openings in a nuclear membrane which allow passage of molecules between the nucleus and surrounding cytoplasm; any of the numerous perforations in a nuclear membrane which allow materials to flow in and out

Nuclear pores are generated by a large protein assembly.

nuclear pore n.
An octagonal opening where the inner and outer membranes of the nuclear envelope are continuous.


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