Evidence for cell cycle-specific, spindle pole body-mediated, nuclear positioning in the fission yeast Schizosaccharomyces pombe.


Specific changes in spatial order occur during cell cycle progression in fission yeast. Growth of the rod-shaped cells is highly regulated and undergoes a cell cycle and size-regulated switch from monopolar to bipolar tip extension. During both phases of growth, the interphase nucleus is maintained in a central location. Following the separation of the… (More)


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