Cheeseman IM and Desai A (2004) Cell division: AAAtacking the mitotic spindle. Curr Biol 14(2):R70-2
Abstract: Cell division requires the assembly of a microtubule-based spindle which captures and segregates sister chromatids. But how is this spindle broken down once chromosome segregation is complete? New evidence implicates a highly conserved AAA-ATPase in spindle disassembly at the end of mitosis.
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