Taylor SS (1999) Chromosome segregation: dual control ensures fidelity. Curr Biol 9(15):R562-4
Abstract: A mitotic checkpoint arrests cell cycle progression in response to spindle damage. It now appears that this checkpoint has two separate arms, one that prevents anaphase and a second that prevents cytokinesis and DNA re-replication.
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