3B) was calculated as (A ? B)/A, where A > B. As described [21], we used the cell cycle phase-specific protein cyclin A as a cycling cell marker. Cyclin A is a well-described marker of cycling cells that increases progressively in level from late G1 #links# phase to G2 phase of the cell cycle [28]. The epifluorescence micrographs in Figure 1 show how SPr and CD assays can distinguish asymmetricall
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