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Defined by NCBI, the function of the nuclear membrane is to separate the nucleus of a cell from the cytoplasm that surrounds it. The nuclear membrane, also called the nuclear envelope, is defined as a membrane that surro... More »

The function of the nuclear membrane in an animal cell is to hold the DNA inside the nucleus in order to protect it from surrounding substances. The nuclear membrane also regulates which substances can enter or exit the ... More »

The nuclear membrane, which is also called the nuclear envelope, consists of two membrane layers, which are the inner and outer nuclear membranes. Each of these layers is made up of phospholipid bilayers, and the region ... More »

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