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Karyogamy 2013 (Francois Nedelec)

Simulation of karyogamy, the process by which two nuclei (purple) meet to eventually fuse. The movement of the nuclei towards each other is driven by motors walking on the microtubules (white). Copyright Francois Nedelec
Karyogamy 2013 (Francois Nedelec)
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