As part of spindle assembly checkpoint, a particular pathway of nuclear import (via Kap121) is inhibited. This newly characterized process is described in detail in PMID: 23177738.
To capture the players in this process, we need the following new biological process term (or some variation thereof):
Term: Kap121p transport inhibitory pathway
GO:0007094 mitotic cell cycle spindle assembly checkpoint
-(part_of) Kap121p transport inhibitory pathway
GO:0042308 negative regulation of protein import into nucleus
-(is_a) Kap121p transport inhibitory pathway
Definition: Any process that decreases the rate, frequency or extent of nuclear transport specifically during spindle assembly checkpoint arrest. In S. cerevisiae, this process involves inhibition of the karyopherin/importin Kap121p (aka Pse1p), which acts as the specific nuclear import receptor for several proteins, including Glc7p. Glc7p functions in opposition to key spindle assembly checkpoint protein Aurora kinase (Ipl1p).