Chromosome segregation | GE Dharmacon

Chromosome segregation: The process in which genetic material, in the form of chromosomes, is organized into specific structures and then physically separated and apportioned to two or more sets. In eukaryotes, chromosome segregation begins with the alignment of chromosomes at the metaphase plate, includes chromosome separation, and ends when chromosomes have completed movement to the spindle poles. [GOC:ai, GOC:mah]

BUB3

NEK2

MLH1

SMC4

TOP3B

M1AP

CENPN

ESPL1

SKA2

TOP2A

BRD4

DDX3X

CIT

RIOK3

NDC80

BIRC5

MSH4

MSH5

ZW10

RGS14

BUB1

RAD21

CIAO1

ZWINT

SMC2

LATS1

PTTG1

SLC25A5

TOP1

ERCC2

RCC1

PPP2R1A

BRCA1

CENPF

CTCF

PLK1

UBE2I

TOP2B

CENPC

MAD2L1

SMC1A

KLHL22

CENPW

SGOL1

DSN1

PMF1

TLK2

PHF13

SKA3

TEX11

HJURP

NUP43

NUP37

STAG1

USP9X

TOP1MT

SKA1

ARL8A

CENPT

DDX11

NSL1

SPAG5

SRPK1

CDK5RAP2

SETDB2

MMS19

KIF2C

NTMT1

KIFC1

NUSAP1

NUF2

MIS12

RAD21L1

FAM96A

NAA60

SPC25

NEK6

INCENP

ARL8B

KIF25

STAG3

INO80

FAM96B

KNSTRN

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