Human muscle cells regularly go through mitosis

The amitosis. (Direct nucleus and cell division.)

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According to Flemmings' suggestion (1892, p. 44), “the form of cell division (or nucleus division in cases where only the nucleus, not the cell is communicated) is called amitotic division, or amitosis for short, in which the well-known thread metamorphosis (Mitosis) does not occur when the nucleus divides ”(Fig. 378). Simple division (Eberth et al.), Fragmentation of the nucleus (van Beneden) and direct division (Flemming) have also been called this type of nucleus and cell proliferation, and it is precisely the last of these terms that is known to have remained in use.

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