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Title: DNA bead and chromosomal poleward movement in mouse eggs

Comment: This series of images depicts the poleward movement of the DNA beads and chromosomes during anaphase of meiosis II. Also shown is an oocyte (female gamete/egg cell) undergoing anaphase

Original figure legend: Time-lapse 3D confocal observation of chromosome poleward movements during anaphase of meiosis II.

Reference

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Web address: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2664963/

Paper title: Kinetochore-Independent Chromosome Poleward Movement during Anaphase of Meiosis II in Mouse Eggs

Figure legend: (A) Movement of DNA beads (top) and meiotic chromosomes (lower) at different time points shown in minute in a timelapse 3D movie. M chromosomes represent maternal chromosomes. DNA beads and meiotic chromosomes are shown in green and spindle in red. Note that the apparent round morphology of DNA-bead spindle shown at 48 min was due to a slight spindle rotation in the Z dimension. (B) Entire oocyte showing synchronous anaphase events (including anaphase onset, chromosome poleward movement, spindle rotation, and polar body extrusion) in both the DNA bead-spindle (arrows) and the meiotic spindle (arrowheads).

References

  1. <pubmed>19365562</pubmed>

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