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of CDC20 binding and inhibition, thus delaying the onset of anaphase. 29 TTK is probably implicated in the recruitment of the MAD1-C-MAD2 complex to kinetochores and during mitosis its activity is continuously required to recruit O-Mad2 to the Mad1-C-Mad2 core. 30 Furthermore, TTK is required for CENP-E recruitment, whose activity is essential for metaphase chromosome alignment. 30 In the present study we examined polymorphisms rs151658 (C>G) in TTK gene, rs1031963 (C>T) and rs1801376 (A>G) in BUB1B gene in the population of Slovenian patients with an

the nominees of the armed forces, and the constitutional majority is 80%. The current arrangement means that the part of the parliament chosen undemocratically (i.e. recruited from the armed forces) can successfully block political and economic reforms. Despite the general perception that in 2011–2013 Myanmar was close to adopting the transformation model similar to that in Central European countries and characterised by a shock therapy and extensive political liberalisation, and the frequent views that there was a slowdown in economic liberalisation in 2013