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Microtubule Stabilization
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Definition of Microtubule Stabilization
Microtubule Stabilization consists of activities involved in maintenance of filamentous tubes of variable length in the cytoskeleton composed primarily of conserved alpha, beta, and gamma tubulin that support movement of chromosomes or chromatids during mitosis and meiosis -- and give shape, structure, and organization to the cytoplasm and to a cell.

Microtubule Stabilization is from the group

Microtubule Alteration

Other Names for Microtubule Stabilization

Microtubule Stabilization


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