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Model of Meiosis Biphasic Spindle Movement and Symmetry Breaking
- A - two actin nucleators Fmn2- and Arp2/3-regulated actin-based forces drive the first and second phase of chromosome migration, respectively.
- B - A conceptual model of how symmetry breaking occurs in MI oocytes.
Fmn2 - formin 2, formin homology (FH) domain proteins have a role in cytoskeletal organization and/or establishment of cell polarity. OMIM 606373
Arp2/3 - involved in the control of actin polymerization in cells, the human complex consists of 7 subunits. OMIM 604223
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