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Human cells showing the stages of cell division

Matthew Daniels

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Credit: Human cells showing the stages of cell division. Credit: Matthew Daniels. Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0)


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The stages of cell division showing the DNA in blue, the tubulin in green and the kinetochores in pink. Starting with interphase at the top and progressing anticlockwise, the stages shown are: prophase, prometaphase (incomplete chromosome attachment), metaphase (chromosomes all attached and aligned), early anaphase (chromosome separation), anaphase and telophase. Biomedical Image Awards 2005.

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