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Quantitative analysis of incorporation dynamics of conserved Centriole proteins in Drosophila early embryos

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To divide efficiently, cells of animals and many other higher eukaryotes, rely upon centrosomes to help nucleate the bipolar mitotic spindle. At each division, two centrosomes are required, such that one centrosome is ultimately inherited by each daughter cell. Consequently, centrosomes must duplicate precisely once during each cycle of cell division. At the core of each centrosome is a mother centriole that can duplicate by growing a new daughter centriole off its side, which will later m...

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0000-0002-6292-4183
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0000-0002-4689-1297
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0000-0002-8663-3794
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Wellcome Trust
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Raff, J
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215523
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MSc by Research
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Masters
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University of Oxford
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2023-05-21

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