NUDC (Nuclear Distribution C, Dynein Complex Regulator) is a Protein Coding gene. NUDC consists of at least 9 exons ranging from 66 bp to 266 bp in size and 8 introns from 92 bp to 2.0 kb in length, and the total genomic region spans about 8 kb. NUDC was mapped to 1p34-p35 by fluorescence in situ hybridization. This gene encodes a nuclear distribution protein that plays an essential role in mitosis and cytokinesis. Nuclear migration is essential for the growth, development, and cellular function of eukaryotes. NUDC protein plays an important role in nuclear migration. It is widely expressed in the testis, adrenal, and other tissues. NUDC protein is expressed highly in CNE-2 and HNE-2 cells. Anti-NUDC antibody could inhibit the growth of CNE-2 and HNE-2 cells.