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IIF patterns and diagnosis IIF Pattern n % Diagnosis n Cancer (esophageal, gastric, colon) 22 SAID 12 Midbody 49 0.49 Polyneuropathy 3 Infectious disease 3 Postmenopausal osteoporosis 1 Other pathologies 8 Autoimmune hepatitis/Primary Anti-actin 37 0.37 biliary cirrhosis/Chronic liver disease 36 Celiac disease 1 SAID 14 Centriole 29 0.29 Cerebrovascular disease 8 Other pathologies 7 SAID 2 Anti-golgi 21 0.21 Chronic liver disease 9 Infectious disease 4 Other pathologies 6 Infectious disease 5 Cancer 3 Spindle fibers 20 0.20 Vasculitis 2 Diabetes mellitus type 2 2 Autoimmune hepatitis 1 Other pathologies 7 Infectious disease 2 PCNA-like 9 0.09 Polyneuropathy 2 SAID 1 Other pathologies 4 Rods and rings 3 0.03 Chronic hepatitis C 3 SAID: Systemic autoimmune diseases.
In subsequent studies, Inoue and collaborators established the reversible assembly and disassembly of spindle fibers and fibrils in living cells when exposed to cold temperatures (Inoue, 1964), antimitotic drugs (Inoue.
The QMS becomes transformed into the functionally bipolar spindle of meiosis I by increased development of spindle fibers and movement of pairs of poles toward a single division axis (Fig.
Since the spindle fibers pull the chromosomes apart and move them to opposite sides so that the cell may divide, if this did not happen the cells would not separate and therefore cause a mutation.
rubromarginata (anaphase I), the chromosomes have a parallel arrangement to the spindle fibers, and kinetic activity is restricted to the telomere regions.