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Mechanisms of Mitotic Chromosome Segregation

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Mechanisms of Mitotic Chromosome Segregation
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Publisher: MDPI AG
ISBN/ASIN: 3038424021
ISBN-13: 9783038424024
Number of pages: 342

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This book describes current knowledge about the mechanisms by which cells segregate their already duplicated chromosomes in preparation for cell division. The volume is suitable for scholars in this and related fields and for teaching at an advanced level.

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