PMID: 5907291Feb 25, 1966

Polyribosome disaggregation during metaphase

Science
M D Scharff, E Robbins

Abstract

Polyribosomes as examined by both sucrose-gradient analysis and electron microscopy disaggregate during metaphase in both normal HeLa cells and those arrested in metaphase by treatment with colchicine.

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