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November 08, 2019

Volume 294Issue 45p16480-17167
Open Access
On The Cover: The scanning electron microscopic image shows a cell of the human parasite Trypanosoma brucei that is undergoing cell abscission, the final step of cell division. T. brucei divides uni-directionally along the longitudinal cell axis via binary cell fission, and this unusual mode of cytokinesis is regulated by a novel signaling cascade involving trypanosome-specific regulators. For details, see the article by Hu et al., pages 16672–16683....
On The Cover: The scanning electron microscopic image shows a cell of the human parasite Trypanosoma brucei that is undergoing cell abscission, the final step of cell division. T. brucei divides uni-directionally along the longitudinal cell axis via binary cell fission, and this unusual mode of cytokinesis is regulated by a novel signaling cascade involving trypanosome-specific regulators. For details, see the article by Hu et al., pages 16672–16683.

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