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Dynamics of ectopic centrosomes in mud cells during mitosis.
mud tissue labeled with Tub:GFP (green) and Spd-2:RFP (red) showing a cell with 3 centrosomes (left) and a cell with 5 centrosomes (right). Yellow arrows: centrosomes coupled to the spindle pole (normal centrosome), red arrows: ectopic centrosomes located close the spindle pole in anaphase (clustered centrosome), white arrows: centrosomes wandering in anaphase.

Sequential activities of Dynein, Mud and Asp in centrosome–spindle coupling maintain centrosome number upon mitosis

Floris Bosveld, Anna Ainslie, and Yohanns Bellaïche

J Cell Sci 2017. 130:3557-3567; doi: 10.1242/jcs.201350