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Spindle elongation in anaphase of mitosis is a cell cycle–regulated process that requires coordination between polymerization… Expand Anaphase B in Drosophila embryos is initiated by the inhibition of microtubule (MT) depolymerization at spindle poles, which… Expand It has been proposed that the suppression of poleward flux within interpolar microtubule (ipMT) bundles of Drosophila embryonic… Expand INTRODUCTION
During anaphase B in mitosis, polymerization and sliding of overlapping spindle microtubules (MTs) contribute to the… Expand Using green fluorescent protein probes and rapid acquisition of high-resolution fluorescence images, sister centromeres in… Expand Microtubule dynamics have key roles in mitotic spindle assembly and chromosome movement . Fast turnover of spindle… Expand Although vertebrate cytoplasmic dynein can move to the minus ends of microtubules in vitro, its ability to translocate purified… Expand Rat kangaroo kidney epithelium (PtK2) cells develop prominent asters and spindles during anaphase B of mitosis. It has been shown… Expand tub2-401 is a cold-sensitive allele of TUB2, the sole gene encoding beta-tubulin in the yeast, Saccharomyces cerevisiae. At 18… Expand Permeabilized PtK1 cells continue to undergo anaphase chromosome movements provided MgATP is included in the lysis medium… Expand