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- Death Adder
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is it possible, that the mitosis stops in one of its phases (eg. metaphase) and than goes backwards?
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It can be stopped by dissolving the fuse, but It has never been seen going backward.
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Ultrashogun wrote:It can be stopped by dissolving the fuse, but It has never been seen going backward.
hmm... what do you mean by "dissolving the fuse"?
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he means using different chemical substances that distroy the mitotic spindle. Colchicin is an example...
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