Problem: The proteins that attach chromosomes to the mitotic spindle are:  a. Kinetochores b. Chromatids c. Nucleosomes d. Centromeres e. Histones

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The proteins that attach chromosomes to the mitotic spindle are: 

a. Kinetochores

b. Chromatids

c. Nucleosomes

d. Centromeres

e. Histones

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