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    A time-compressed image of a Drosophila cell's kinetochores during mitosis. Kinetochore positions in metaphase and late anaphase are represented in white, while their movements during anaphase are shown over time from red to blue. The kinetochores move synchronously because microtubule flux distributes tension equally across the mitotic spindle.
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ISSN 0021-9525
EISSN 1540-8140
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Sliding spindle microtubules equalize force on separating chromosomes.

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Walhout uses the genome as a base camp for exploring transcriptional regulation.

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