Cohen-Fix O (2003) Meiosis: polo, FEAR and the art of dividing reductionally. Curr Biol 13(15):R603-5
Abstract: Recent studies on the regulation of meiosis have uncovered new roles for old acquaintances: the polo-like kinase Cdc5 has been found to dictate proper kinetochore orientation during meiosis I, while the FEAR pathway is essential for some, but not all, aspects of meiosis I exit.
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