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During anaphase B, molecular motors slide interpolar microtubules to elongate the mitotic spindle, contributing to the separation of chromosomes. However, sliding of antiparallel microtubules reduces their overlap, which may lead to spindle breakage, unless microtubules grow to compensate sliding. How sliding and growth are coordinated is still poorly understood. In this study, we have used the fission yeast S. pombe to measure microtubule dynamics during anaphase B. We report that thedoi:10.7554/elife.72630 pmid:35293864 pmcid:PMC9018073 fatcat:qxjridj2fnahxajb7q2v23kw3y