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Nuclear dilemma resolved.(CELL BIOLOGY)(behavior of cell membranes after cell division)

The ESCRT-III complex is known7,8 to have roles in the formation of certain intracellular vesicles, in the budding of retroviruses from the membranes of infected cells, and in the abscission process that separates two daughter cells at the end of cell division.

Journal Title: Nature June 11, 2015, Vol.522(7555), p.159(2)
Main Author: Burke, Brian
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Language: English
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