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Curr Biol January 1, 2020; 30 (11): R637-R639.

Cell Biology: Tubulin Contributes to Spindle Size Scaling.

Sizes of intracellular structures are important for function, yet mechanisms underlying subcellular size control are largely unexplored. A new study reveals how differences in tubulin populations between two related Xenopus frog species influence microtubule dynamics and spindle length.

PubMed ID: 32516610
Article link: Curr Biol

Species referenced: Xenopus laevis
Genes referenced: kif2a tpx2

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