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Daughter Cells Carry Memory From Mother on Decision To Divide

News   Apr 06, 2020 | Original story from the University of Colorado at Boulder

 
Daughter Cells Carry Memory From Mother on Decision To Divide

Cells expressing a nuclear marker (H2B) in cyan, a cell-cycle protein (Cyclin D1) in yellow and a proliferation marker (CDK2 activity sensor) in magenta. Credit: Mingwei Min

 
 
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