Anomalous centriole configurations are detected in Drosophila wing disc cells upon Cdk1 inactivation.

@article{Vidwans2003AnomalousCC,
  title={Anomalous centriole configurations are detected in Drosophila wing disc cells upon Cdk1 inactivation.},
  author={Smruti J. Vidwans and Mei Lie Wong and Patrick H O'Farrell},
  journal={Journal of cell science},
  year={2003},
  volume={116 Pt 1},
  pages={137-43}
}
The centriole, organizer of the centrosome, duplicates by assembling a unique daughter identical to itself in overall organization and length. The centriole is a cylindrical structure composed of nine sets of microtubules and is thus predicted to have nine-fold symmetry. During duplication, a daughter lacking discrete microtubular organization first appears off the wall of the mother centriole. It increases in length perpendicularly away from the mother and terminates growth when it matches the… CONTINUE READING

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