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To generate haploid gametes, germ cells undergo two consecutive meiotic divisions requiring key changes to the cell division machinery. Here, we explore the regulatory mechanisms that differentially control meiotic events. We demonstrate that the protease Separase rewires key cell division processes at the meiosis I/II transition by cleaving the meiosis-specific protein Meikin. In contrast to cohesin, which is inactivated by Separase proteolysis, cleaved Meikin remains functional, but resultsdoi:10.1101/2020.11.29.402537 fatcat:osdd3pzqcjanzalouszveufe64