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separase is abundantly expressed within the cytoplasm of a broad range of human tumor cell lines, including MDA-MB-231 breast carcinoma cells
budding yeast Esp1 is localized to the centrosomes and spindle before anaphase
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human separase is associated with centrosomes but not with spindle before anaphase, featuring predominantly cytoplasmic localization in non-dividing cells
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in fission yeast Cut1 features similar localization in the beginning of anaphase onset persisting on the spindle until mid-anaphase
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prodominant localisation
Separase is present in the cell during the entire cell cycle, but excluded from the nucleus until the metaphase-anaphase transition
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in nondividing cells in healthy tissue, immunofluorescence microscopy
tumor cells significantly more abundant, immunofluorescence microscopy
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