attachment of spindle microtubules to kinetochore involved in homologous chromosome segregation
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During cell division microtubules capture chromosomes by binding to the kinetochore assembled in the centromeric region of… Expand Meiosis differs from mitosis in that DNA replication is followed by the segregation of homologous chromosomes but not sister… Expand Aurora‐B kinases are important regulators of mitotic chromosome segregation, where they are required for the faithful bi… Expand In meiosis, a single round of DNA replication is followed by two consecutive rounds of chromosome segregation, called meiosis I… Expand Meiosis resembles mitosis but employs a unique "reductional" nuclear division to allow the production of haploid gametes from… Expand SCP3 is a meiosis-specific structural protein appearing at axial elements and lateral elements of the synaptonemal complex. We… Expand Meiotic cohesin complexes at centromeres behave differently from those along chromosome arms, but the basis for these differences… Expand At meiosis I, sister chromatids attach to the same spindle pole (i.e. monopolar attachment). Mechanisms establishing monopolar… Expand The kinetochore checkpoint pathway, involving the Mad1, Mad2, Mad3, Bub1, Bub3 and Mps1 proteins, prevents anaphase entry and… Expand The orderly reduction in chromosome number that occurs during meiosis depends on two aspects of chromosome behavior specific to… Expand