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This diagram represents Cohesin holding sister chromatids together, which is then catalysed by Separase, which allows the Mitotic spindle to pull one of the chromosomes towards its spindle pole. This allows the chromosomes to be pulled to either end of the cell allowing cytokinesis to be undertaken.

This diagram is original, but adapted from Marston AL, Amon A. Meiosis: Cell-cycle controls shuffle and deal. Nature Reviews Molelcular Cell Biology 5, 983-997. (2004). doi:10.1038/nm1526 and Terret ME, Jallepalli PV. Meiosis: Separase strikes twice. Nature Cell Biology. 8, 910-911 (2006). doi:10.1038ncb0906-910

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current21:03, 20 May 2009Thumbnail for version as of 21:03, 20 May 20091,215 × 653 (47 KB)Z3187155 (talk | contribs)This diagram represents Cohesin holding sister chromatids together, which is then catalysed by Separase, which allows the Mitotic spindle to pull one of the chromosomes towards its spindle pole. This allows the chromosomes to be pulled to either end of th
20:59, 20 May 2009Thumbnail for version as of 20:59, 20 May 20091,215 × 653 (47 KB)Z3187155 (talk | contribs)This diagram represents Cohesin holding sister chromatids together, which is then catalysed by Separase, which allows the Mitotic spindle to pull one of the chromosomes towards its spindle pole. This allows the chromosomes to be pulled to either end of th

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