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English: Cortical Flow of Actin Was Dependent on Microtubule Dynamics Neither the stabilized lateral spindle nor the evolving monopolar spindle induced unidirectional flow of actin filaments (compare to Videos S5–S8). Cell in Video S12 labeled as in Video S11. Video S12 corresponds to Figure 6B.
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Source Video S12 from Chen W, Foss M, Tseng K, Zhang D (2008). "Redundant Mechanisms Recruit Actin into the Contractile Ring in Silkworm Spermatocytes". PLOS Biology. DOI:10.1371/journal.pbio.0060209. PMID 18767903. PMC: 2528054.
Author Chen W, Foss M, Tseng K, Zhang D
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