Group dynamics, not star proteins, drive mechanics of crucial cell process

Proteins Pull Together As Cells Divide

Like a surgeon separating conjoined twins, cells have to be careful to get everything just right when they divide in two. Otherwise, the resulting daughter cells could be hobbled, particularly if they end up with too many or two few chromosomes. Successful cell division hangs…

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Brayden Englert

We welcome our newest (and youngest) lab member, Brayden Englert, who was born Jan. 26. Congratulations Corrine, Judd, and Brayden!

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