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The toroidal nucleus, a novel chromosomal instability (CIN) biomarker


10 microns

Distinguishing themselves from stressed nucleoli or nuclear invagination, toroidal nuclei offer a fascinating glimpse into cellular and nuclear architecture. Within the void of these toroidal structures, cytosolic components are detectable, including intricate networks of actin fibers, microtubules, and organelles such as lysosomes.

Join us on a journey into the fascinating world of toroidal nuclei as we explore their unique characteristics and unveil the hidden complexities within these captivating ring-like formations.

Toroidal nuclei

Toroidal nuclei are not the typical nuclei you find in your preparations. Toroidal nuclei present a distinctive ring-like shape that sets them apart from the conventional spherical or ellipsoidal structures.