Nucleolus Structure

The nucleus of the cell is a membrane-bound organelle that includes the nuclear envelope, nucleoli, and nuclear lamina and is the site of gene expression. Nuclear structure can be selectively visualized by staining nuclear proteins or directly staining nucleic acids. Cell-permeant nucleic acid stains make it possible to stain live cells or tissues with minimal processing to reveal the natural location of cells in tissues and provide a means to follow nuclear changes throughout cellular processes, from mitosis to apoptosis.


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