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Mitosis

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9781621820154

ISBN10:
1621820157
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Hardcover
Pub. Date:
12/31/2014
Publisher(s):
Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press
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Table of Contents


(preliminary)

1. Model organisms
Mitsuhiro Yanagida
2. Biochemical view of mitosis
Jonathon Pines
3. View of mitosis through microtubule and spindle
Anthony Hyman
4. Chromosome dynamics
Tatsuya Hirano
5. Centrosome duplication & dynamics
David Glover
6. Relevant chromosome structures for accurate segregation & other aspects
Aaron Straight
7. Kinetochore + spindle checkpoint
Iain Cheesman
8. Understanding cytokinesis
Mark Petronczki & Pier Paolo D'Avino
9. Aneuploidy & cancer
David Pellman
10. Meiosis
Hiro Ohkura


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