Revisiting the role of microtubules in C. elegans polarity

@article{Motegi2007RevisitingTR,
  title={Revisiting the role of microtubules in C. elegans polarity},
  author={Fumio Motegi and Geraldine Seydoux},
  journal={The Journal of Cell Biology},
  year={2007},
  volume={179},
  pages={367 - 369}
}
Cells must break symmetry to acquire polarity. Microtubules have been implicated in the induction of asymmetry in several cell types, but their role in the Caenorhabditis elegans zygote, a classic polarity model, has remained uncertain. One study (see Tsai and Ahringer on p. 397 of this issue) brings new light to this problem by demonstrating that severe loss of microtubules impairs polarity onset in C. elegans. 

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