Reformation of Nucleolus-like Bodies in the Absence of Postmitotic Rna Synthesis

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The dependence of nucleolar reformation on RNA synthesis that resumes in late anaphase or early telophase has been investigated in synchronously dividing Amoeba proteus. RNA synthesis was completely inhibited throughout all stages of mitosis and the early hours of interphase with high concentrations of actinomycin D. In such cells, nucleolus-like bodies… (More)

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