Condensin is a key player in successful chromosome segregation
The cells on the left are normal yeast cells, in the process of dividing successfully. As can be seen, the replicated chromosomes have completely separated from the original. The cells on the right produced mutant condensin and their chromosomes were unable to segregate properly.
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