The Cell Cycle and Events of M-Phase

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During the lecture, you said "phosphatase is an enzyme that dephosphorylate the lamina, which means, it allows them to "reform" he nuclear lamina. Then, when we add phosphatase inhibitor, which is an inhibitor that stops phospahatase enzyme work on the cell during M-phase, the nuclear envelope would not form?


You are correct. If you block phosphatases, then you cannot reverse anything that was done during prophase, which means your nuclei will not reform.

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