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In cell biology, the spindle apparatus is the structure that separates the chromosomes into the daughter cells during cell division. It is part of the cytoskeleton in eukaryotic cells. Depending on the type of cell division,...
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Mitosis is the process in which a eukaryotic cell separates the chromosomes in its cell nucleus into two identical sets in two daughter nuclei. It is generally followed immediately by cytokinesis, which divides the nuclei,...
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mitotic spindle n. The fusiform figure characteristic of a dividing cell, consisting of microtubules, some of which become attached to each chromosome
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Bub3 is a conserved component of the mitotic spindle assembly complex. ... attachment of chromosomes to the mitotic spindle via the kinetochore is vital ...
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Mitotic spindle assembly was carried out as described (Sawin and Mitchison, 1991) ... To find KRPs involved in mitotic spindle assembly and function, we screened a ...
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... based structure, the mitotic spindle, ... regulation of the mitotic spindle, its ... crucial roles in the formation of a bipolar mitotic. spindle (10, 11) ...
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... of a bipolar mitotic spindle (10, 11) ... A more complete inventory of the mitotic spindle may thus contribute to a better ... Mitotic Spindle Enrichment ...
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The mitotic spindle assembly checkpoint prevents the onset of anaphase as long ... Mitotic Cell Death Is Associated with the Activation of the Spindle Checkpoint ...
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radial array into a bipolar mitotic spindle that carries out ... mitotic spindle a vulnerable target for drugs that inter- fere with cell cycle progression. ...
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... that have formed the mitotic spindle, the chormosomes are aligned in the center of the cell. ... and DNA in a mitotic spindle assembled in vitro in a ...
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The mitotic spindle consists of a complex network of proteins that segregates ... to which mitotic spindle protein functions and regulation are integrated with ...
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... Subito localized to microtubules at the center of the mitotic spindle, probably ... with a function in mitotic spindle assembly, possibly involving the ...
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... of a complex cellular structure, the mitotic spindle. ... robust hypothesis of mitotic spindle formation (Kirschner and ... mitotic spindle ...
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characterize the mitotic spindle under. a variety of conditions including gene ... enable large-scale. studies of protein deficiencies on. the mitotic spindle. ...
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The mitotic spindle is assembled at the onset of mitosis, and is ... maskin are functioning to assemble the mitotic spindle we ...
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... to formation of the mitotic spindle. ... The signal creates the mitotic spindle checkpoint. Anaphase ... Bi-orienting chromosomes on the mitotic spindle. ...
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Role of Ran in mitotic spindle regulation ...
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