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The actin cytoskeleton in eukaryotic cells undergoes drastic rearrangement during mitosis. The changes to the actin cytoskeleton are most obvious in the adherent cells, where the actin stress fibres are disassembled, and the cortical actin network becomes more prominent with concomitant increase in cell rigidity as cells round up and enter mitosis. Although(More)
The network of actin filaments is one of the crucial cytoskeletal structures contributing to the morphological framework of a cell and which participates in the dynamic regulation of cellular functions. In adherent cell types, cells adhere to the substratum during interphase and spread to assume their characteristic shape supported by the actin(More)
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