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Xenopus cancer kidney cells, cytokinesis

  • Paul Andrews
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A deconvolved wide-field fluorescence microscope image of a transformed kidney cell line (essentially cancer cells) of Xenopus during cytokinesis. The DNA is stained blue (DAPI stain), and the microtubules of the cytoskeleton/spindle green. The red is Aurora B, a protein kinase involved in the polymerisation/depolymerisation of the microtubules. The yellow-orange is where red and green fluorescence overlap.


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