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Spindle microtubules generate tension-dependent changes in the distribution of inner kinetochore proteins

By Aussie Suzuki, Tetsuya Hori, Tatsuya Nishino, Jiro Usukura, Atsushi Miyagi, Kosuke Morikawa and Tatsuo Fukagawa

Abstract

The N and C termini of CENP-T undergo tension-dependent separation, suggesting that CENP-T elongation is responsible for changes in the shape of the inner kinetochore

Topics: Research Articles
Publisher: The Rockefeller University Press
OAI identifier: oai:pubmedcentral.nih.gov:3082190
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