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Reason: the data are unpublished, and need some times to prepare the manuscript.
Supporting data for "Determining the function of chromosomal nuclear peripheral localization in nuclear envelope rupture repair and cell cycle regulation"
In this study, we aimed to explore how cells respond to nuclear rupture, how they repair it, and which checkpoints are activated to protect the cells from damage. Furthermore, it also can provide a better understanding of the cellular pathology in diseases with nuclear envelope instability and frequent ruptures, such as in laminopathies and cancers.
The supporting data attached here includes the raw data shown in thesis chapters 3-7 and presentations (seminars and poster) . Please read the file to see the detailed.