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From: Disruption of nucleocytoplasmic trafficking of cyclin D1 and topoisomerase II by sanguinarine

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Topoisomerase II, but not NuMA, is also aberrantly localized following sanguinarine treatment. Cultures were fixed and double-labeled with antibodies to topoisomerase II (green), NuMA (red), and counterstained with Hoechst to visualize DNA (blue). DIC, differential interference microscopy. (a-d) Control culture, showing normal distribution of topoisomerase II and NuMA. Note variable labeling of nuclei with topoisomerase antibody; cytoplasmic labeling, when present, is homogeneous throughout the cell. In contrast, NuMA is much more uniform in its distribution throughout all nuclei. (e-h) Culture treated with 5 μM sanguinarine for 24 hours. Similar to cyclin D1, topoisomerase II is also redistributed into numerous cytoplasmic speckles (arrow). NuMA remains uniformly labeled in all nuclei.

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