Centrosomes: Central no more?

Current Biology : CB
Jordan W Raff

Abstract

It has recently been found that the zygotic development of a morphologically normal fly can occur without properly functioning mitotic centrosomes. Does this mean that centrosomes are not required for cell division in animals at all?

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