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Removal of MAP4 from microtubules in vivo produces no observable phenotype at the cellular level.
Proteins of the mammalian mitotic spindle: phosphorylation/dephosphorylation of MAP-4 during mitosis.
Mos oncogene product associates with kinetochores in mammalian somatic cells and disrupts mitotic progression.
Pole-to-chromosome movements induced at metaphase: sites of microtubule disassembly.
Intracellular free calcium and mitosis in mammalian cells: anaphase onset is calcium modulated, but is not triggered by a brief transient.
Digital fluorescence microscopy of cell cytoplasts with and without the centrosome.
Microtubule dynamics at the G2/M transition: abrupt breakdown of cytoplasmic microtubules at nuclear envelope breakdown and implications for spindle morphogenesis.
Functional coordination of microtubule-based and actin-based motility in melanophores.
Microtubule-targeting-dependent reorganization of filopodia.
Regulation of microtubule dynamics in 3T3 fibroblasts by Rho family GTPases.
Anaphase onset and dephosphorylation of mitotic phosphoproteins occur concomitantly.
Immunoelectron microscopic localization of the 210,000-mol wt microtubule-associated protein in cultured cells of primates.