Exportins, such as XPO6, recruit cargo in the nucleoplasm in the presence of RAN (MIM 601179)-GTP and form ternary export complexes. These complexes are transported through nuclear pore complexes to the cytoplasm, where GTP is hydrolyzed and the export complex is disassembled.[supplied by OMIM]
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