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congression

[kəŋ′gresh·ən]
(cell and molecular biology)
The movement of chromosomes to the spindle equator during mitosis. Also known as chromosome congression.
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In HUES-10 and HT10180 cells, the overexpression of the 17[alpha], 21[alpha], and Y[alpha] human centromeric vectors did not affect the number of chromosomes involved in metaphase congression delay or the number of multipolar spindle cells (data not shown).
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