I'm working on a computer visualisation of the inside of a human cell nucleus (embryonic stem cell for now if it makes a difference) and want a good approximation of the chemical composition of the nucleoplasm so I can make a faithful representation (have the correct density and ratio of molecules giggling around in the camera volume).

My assumption is the nucleoplasm would consist of the following in some ratio:

Would this composition be stable over the life of the cell or fluctuate at different phases?


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