Contact: Quinn Eastman
Emory Health Sciences
Caption: This is mouse cardiac muscle at day 15. Red staining comes from Aurora B kinase, a sign of mitosis [cell division]. In similar tissue slices from days 14 and 16, none of the cells are red.
Credit: From Naqvi et al, Cell (2014)
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