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What proteins are made in the nucleolus and why are they important for cell physiology?

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01/23/2008

As far as I know, messenger RNA is synthesized in the nucleus and then shipped out of the nucleus via nuclear pores where it is then used by ribosomes (and tRNA) to synthesize proteins. Proteins can then move back into the nucleus (and nucleolus) if that is where they are needed.