The Multiple Ways Nuclei Scale on a Multinucleated Muscle Cell Scale.

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Summary of "The Multiple Ways Nuclei Scale on a Multinucleated Muscle Cell Scale."

In mononucleated cells, nuclear size scales with cell size, but does this relationship extend to multinucleated cells? In this issue of Developmental Cell,Windner et al. (2019) examine scaling of nuclei in multinucleated Drosophila muscle fibers and identify global and local cellular inputs that contribute to nuclear size regulation.


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Name: Developmental cell
ISSN: 1878-1551
Pages: 3-5


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