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XIST RNA (green) coats and inactivates one X chromosome (top left) but is released during mitosis (top right). Hall et al. find that Aurora B kinase regulates this association, and manipulate the kinase's activity to either release XIST during interphase (bottom left) or retain it in metaphase (bottom right). See page 491.
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