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October 15, 2010

Volume 285Issue 42p31907-32678, e14-e15, e99974-e99975
Open Access
On The Cover: PtK2 cells were treated for 2 h with 35 nM vinblastine (twice the IC50 concentration for inhibition of cell division). Microtubules are green, and nuclei are red. Note the large number of microtubule fragments caused by drug treatment. These fragments result from drug-induced destabilization of microtubule attachments to centrosomes. For details see the article by Yang et al., pages 32242–32250....
On The Cover: PtK2 cells were treated for 2 h with 35 nM vinblastine (twice the IC50 concentration for inhibition of cell division). Microtubules are green, and nuclei are red. Note the large number of microtubule fragments caused by drug treatment. These fragments result from drug-induced destabilization of microtubule attachments to centrosomes. For details see the article by Yang et al., pages 32242–32250.

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