3HH3 module 2 lecture 7-post

3HH3 module 2 lecture 7-post - Cell division: Role of...

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Slide 1 Cell division: Role of cytoskeletal machines The The M M phase phase consists of two major processes, consists of two major processes, Nuclear division (mitosis) Nuclear division (mitosis) Cell division (cytokinesis) Cell division (cytokinesis) Readings (MBoC book) 5th ed. Ch 16 (1034-1035)
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Slide 2 Both these processes are performed by cytoskeletal machinary. Both these processes are performed by cytoskeletal machinary.
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Slide 3 Tubulin is reorganized to assemble the mitotic spindle: Spindle assembly: http://valelab.ucsf.edu/images/movies/Fg4.mov Spindle elongation (anaphase): http://valelab.ucsf.edu/images/movies/Fg4a.anaphase_mitosis.avi http://valelab.ucsf.edu/research/recentresearch/mitosisandmotors/mitosisandkinesin.html Mitotic spindle is composed of MTs and MT-dependent motor proteins
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Microtubule-dependent motor proteins play crucial role in the assembly and function of mitotic spindle. The balance between (+)-end and (-)-end motor
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3HH3 module 2 lecture 7-post - Cell division: Role of...

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