HOW MICROTUBULES BRANCH IN NEW DIRECTIONS, A FIRST LOOK IN ANIMALS

Cell biologists say they have, for the first time, directly observed and recorded in animal cells a pathway called branching microtubule nucleation, a mechanism in cell division that had been imaged in cellular extracts and plant cells but not directly observed in animal cells.

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