Proteins pull together as cells divide

Like a surgeon separating conjoined twins, cells have to be careful to get everything just right when they divide in two. Successful cell division hangs on the formation of a dip called a cleavage furrow, a process that has remained mysterious. Now, researchers at Johns Hopkins have found that no single molecular architect directs the cleavage furrow’s formation; rather, it is a robust structure made of a suite of team players. —> Read More Here


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