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SAD kinase keeps centrosomes lonely

Nature Cell Biology volume 11, pages 10471048 (2009) | Download Citation

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Centrosome duplication is under strict control such that it occurs only once per cell cycle. New insights into the molecular mechanisms that control centrosome number come from the discovery of a role for SADB kinase in centrosome biogenesis.

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  1. Daici Chen and Jackie Vogel are in the Department of Biology, Bellini Life Sciences Pavilion, McGill University, Montreal, QC H3A 0B1, Canada.  jackie.vogel@mcgill.ca

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