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Term:mitotic chromosome movement towards spindle pole
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Accession:GO:0007079 term browser browse the term
Definition:The cell cycle process in which the directed movement of chromosomes from the center of the spindle towards the spindle poles occurs. This mediates by the shortening of microtubules attached to the chromosomes, during mitosis.
Synonyms:exact_synonym: chromosome migration to spindle pole during mitosis;   chromosome movement towards spindle pole during mitosis;   mitotic chromosome movement to spindle pole;   mitotic sister chromosome movement towards spindle pole;   sister chromosome movement towards spindle pole during mitosis
 broad_synonym: mitotic chromosome movement
 alt_id: GO:0007082


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Symbol Object Name JBrowse Chr Start Stop Reference
G Cenpe centromere protein E JBrowse link 2 240,395,974 240,454,785 RGD:1624291
RGD:1600115
G Katnb1 katanin regulatory subunit B1 JBrowse link 19 10,340,027 10,360,319 RGD:1600115
G Kpnb1 karyopherin subunit beta 1 JBrowse link 10 85,096,517 85,124,641 RGD:1600115
RGD:1624291

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  biological_process 17926
    cellular process 16077
      cell cycle process 1129
        chromosome movement towards spindle pole 6
          mitotic chromosome movement towards spindle pole 3
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  biological_process 17926
    cellular component organization or biogenesis 6227
      cellular component organization 6054
        organelle organization 3647
          organelle fission 459
            nuclear division 411
              mitotic nuclear division 265
                mitotic sister chromatid segregation 149
                  mitotic chromosome movement towards spindle pole 3
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