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Cell division

Timing the machine

Nature volume 430, pages 840842 (19 August 2004) | Download Citation

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During cell division everything must happen at the right time, or errors occur. A common cellular control device, protein phosphorylation, is now shown to time the assembly of a key part of the division machinery.

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  1. Bruce Bowerman is at the Institute of Molecular Biology, 1370 Franklin Boulevard, University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon 97403, USA. bbowerman@molbio.uoregon.edu

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