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    A Cancer-Associated Missense Mutation in PP2A-Aa Increases Centrosome Clustering during Mitosis
    Noelle V. Antao, Marina Marcet-Ortega, Paolo Cifani, Alex Kentsis, Emily A. Foley
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    A heterozygous P179R mutation in PP2A-Aa decreases PP2A phosphatase assembly
    Intracellular targeting of PP2AB56a in mitosis is reduced in PP2A-
    PP2A-AaP179R/+ cells are more proficient at centrosome clustering
    Increased centrosome clustering is likely due to PP2A-Aa loss of function
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    A Cancer-Associated Missense Mutation in PP2A-Aa Increases Centrosome Clustering during Mitosis