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Published on Aug 25, 2010
When a gene called OGG1 is silenced, cell division goes awry, and daughter-cells are unable to separate from each other. The result: individual cells (green) containing more than one nucleus (red). This is one of the almost 600 human genes EMBL scientists found to play a part in cell division.