The large size of mouse oocytes is shown to create errors when chromosomes divide between daughter cells.
Mast cells in the gut help fight off parasitic worms in the early stages of infection.
Fewer components are needed for chromosome assembly during cell division than previously supposed.
A recent study of Ngly1 deficient mice used a secondary knockout to create double knockouts with symptoms similar to human NGLY1 deficiency.
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