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SWITCHING OFF A CELL CYCLE CHECKPOINT

A model for feedback control of spindle checkpoint activity Feedback control of spindle checkpoint activity. (Left) Prior to metaphase, chromosomes that are incorrectly aligned on the mitotic spindle…

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MAPPING EVOLUTION: LINKING ADAPTIVE TRAITS TO GENOMIC LOCATION

Authors Ayellet Segrè and Andrew Murray Life exists in an impressive variety of forms, but the processes responsible for generating all that variation typically take far longer than…

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BREATHING NEW LIFE INTO THE LIFE SCIENCES

Anyone who’s ever taken a freshman biology course in college knows the ordinary routine: a big textbook, a big class, and lots of facts to memorize before exams.…

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FAITHFUL CHROMOSOME SEGREGATION

Andrew Murray and Vahan Indjeian Errors in chromosome segregation lead to disease and death. To prevent such errors, sister chromatids are held together with the protein complex cohesin,…

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ANDREW MURRAY NEW MCB CHAIR

Andrew Murray As a scientist, Andrew Murray, Professor of Molecular and Cellular Biology, studies cell division and evolution. As director of the Bauer Center for Genomics Research, Murray…

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