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Mitosis is visualized here in a U2OS human osteosarcoma cell transduced with 'Cellular Lights' Histone 2B-RFP to mark the nucleus red and 'Cellular Lights' MAP4-GFP (MAP4 is a microtubule associated protein) and imaged the next day. In this video, microtubules appear green and histone proteins...more
Image contributed by Nick Dolman; Rob Batchelor; Penny Melquist; Mike O'Grady; George Hanson
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