OMRF scientist Gary Gorbsky, Ph.D., will use the funds to pursue general research projects related to cell division.
New findings provide a better understanding of how cells replicate, and it could help outline how and why this process goes wrong in cancer.
OMRF researcher Susannah Rankin has new information on how chromosomes organize themselves in cells.
OMRF has received a five-year, $1.7 million grant to look at how DNA replicates itself.
Abnormal numbers of chromosomes—known as aneuploidy—are a common cause of genetic disorders and birth defects.
An enzyme called PP1 tells the cells it’s the right time to divide.