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Depolymerisation

Depolymerisation

(Science: biochemistry) The dismantling of a polymer (a chain of monomer units) into individual monomers.


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what is depolymerisation

I think depolymerisation is the removal of the monomers, in this case the removal of the monomers of microtubules. If I am not mistaken, some people believe that during anaphase of the cell cycle, the kinetochore of the chromosome ...

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by Navin
Sun Jul 23, 2006 3:45 pm
 
Forum: Cell Biology
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what is depolymerisation

hi guys :P Can someone tell me what the Depolymerisation of the micritubules is? And what effect it may have on the dna-content of a cell? I'm searching in the internet all day long for an appropriate explanation, but failed in finding something! ...

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by Isabella
Sun Jul 23, 2006 1:45 pm
 
Forum: Cell Biology
Topic: what is depolymerisation
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