Exit strategy: one that works.

Abstract

Enucleation is the culmination of terminal erythroid differentiation. It results in the release of 2 million new enucleate reticulocytes into your circulation and mine each second. In this issue of Blood, Ubukawa and colleagues shed new light on the mechanism, showing that non-muscle myosin IIb is intimately involved.

DOI: 10.1182/blood-2011-12-391276

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@article{Mohandas2012ExitSO, title={Exit strategy: one that works.}, author={Narla Mohandas}, journal={Blood}, year={2012}, volume={119 4}, pages={906-7} }