Polo-like kinases

@article{Schubert2013PololikeK,
  title={Polo-like kinases},
  author={Conrad von Schubert and Erich A. Nigg},
  journal={Current Biology},
  year={2013},
  volume={23},
  pages={R225-R227}
}
cycle with terminal differentiation. A unipotent host cell population acts as stem cells, which proliferate and migrate from the center of each lobule to the periphery, cease division, and die through apoptosis. During this journey they carry along their symbionts, which divide in the center, stop dividing, and subsequently become digested in the periphery. Digestion thus serves both in host nourishment and the control of the symbiont population density. 

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