- A porcine model of osteosarcoma
- Similar to human osteosarcoma cell lines and tumour samples from patients, porcine osteosarcoma cells displayed nuclear abnormalities and atypical mitotic figures (anaphase bridges, abnormal spindle apparatus). Moreover, metaphase spreads of porcine ...
- Remarkably constant
- Cell division, whether mitotic or meiotic, is a series of events coordinated in both time and space(to give a reasonably predictable result: two genetically identical daughter cells if mitotic, a variety of gametes or asexual spores if meiotic.
- Progressing in phases
- A third key transition point in the cell cycle occurs at the junction between metaphase and anaphase, where the commitment is made to segregate the chromosomes into two new daughter cells and exit from mitosis.
- What Is Mitosis?
- Mitosis is the process by which a cell segregates its duplicated DNA, ultimately dividing its nucleus into two. Cell division is a universal process among living organisms.
- What Is Meiosis?
- Single-celled eukaryotes, such as amoeba and yeast, use mitosis to reproduce asexually and increase their population numbers. Multicellular ... Anaphase I: The spindle fibers start to contract, pulling the fused sister chromatids with them.
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