Membrane traffic: a driving force in cytokinesis.

@article{Albertson2005MembraneTA,
  title={Membrane traffic: a driving force in cytokinesis.},
  author={Roger Albertson and Blake Riggs and William Sullivan},
  journal={Trends in cell biology},
  year={2005},
  volume={15 2},
  pages={92-101}
}
Dividing animal and plant cells maintain a constant chromosome content through temporally separated rounds of replication and segregation. Until recently, the mechanisms by which animal and plant cells maintain a constant surface area have been considered to be distinct. The prevailing view was that surface area was maintained in dividing animal cells through temporally separated rounds of membrane expansion and membrane invagination. The latter event, known as cytokinesis, produces two… CONTINUE READING
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