cytokinetic


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cy·to·ki·ne·sis

 (sī′tō-kə-nē′sĭs, -kī-)
n.
The division of the cytoplasm of a cell following the division of the nucleus.

cy′to·ki·net′ic (-nĕt′ĭk) adj.
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cytokinetic

(ˌsaɪtəʊkɪˈnɛtɪk)
adj
of or relating to cytokinesis
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Adj.1.cytokinetic - of or relating to the division of the cytoplasm of a cell following the division of the nucleus
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Cytoplasmic fragmentation in activated eggs occurs in the cytokinetic phase of the cell cycle, in lieu of normal cytokinesis, and in response to cytoskeletal disorder.
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Plasticity and cytokinetic dynamics of the hair follicle mesenchyme: implications for hair growth control.
AMPK: Evidence for an energy-sensing cytokinetic tumor suppressor.
Radiation-induced meningiomas: clinical, pathological, cytokinetic, and cytogenetic characteristics.
After 10 h of treatment, the recovery of cytokinetic activity is possible, but it is not efficient.
In the latter, TACC1 and AuroraC have been shown to colocalize in the cytokinetic bridge [41].
In addition to the regulation of basic cytokinetic processes, butyrate has also been shown to affect cell adhesion, morphology, invasiveness, metastasis, oxidative metabolism, angiogenesis, activity of different enzymes, gene expression and chromatin modulation, activity/expression of various transcription factors, and signal transduction molecules.