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Figure 1 | Cell Division

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From: Non-coding RNAs enter mitosis: functions, conservation and implications

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The dynamic localization of Vasa during mitosis in Drosophila germline stem cells. During interphase and prophase, Vasa (green) localizes as peri-nuclear bodies in the cytoplasm (nuage). When the nuclear envelope (dark blue line) begins to break down during prometaphase, Vasa gets access to the chromosomes (red) and localizes as peri-chromosomal bodies. This continues until metaphase. At anaphase, some Vasa bodies remain near segregation chromosomes, while the other bodies are displaced in between the segregating sister chromatids. NC: nucleus, Vas: Vasa.

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