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Atlas of Antinuclear Antibodies

Structure and function of eukaryotic cell
and outlines of cell cycle

Cell cycle

The cycle of the cell can be divided into interphase and mitosis (M phase). The interphase is subdivided into 3 successive periods: G1(Gap 1), S(Synthesis), and G2(Gap 2) phases. The dispersed chromatin network of the nucleoplasm in the interphase begins to condense in M phase, assembling into pairs of chromatids linked to each other at their centromeres. Mitosis is divided into prophase, prometaphase, metaphase, anaphase and telophase.

*Staining patterns of anti-centromere antibody in photo.



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