The N-terminus of rodent and human MAD1 confers species-specific stringency to spindle assembly checkpoint

K. Haller, K. V. Kibler, T. Kasai, Y. H. Chi, J. M. Peloponese, V. S.R.K. Yedavalli, K. T. Jeang

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