Malignant tumors are sometimes treated with drugs that halt mitosis, and thus stop the production of new cancer cells. Two such drugs, vincristine sulfate and vinblastine sulfate, interfere with the formation of spindle fibers. How could this action halt mitosis? Antibiotics such as mitomycin C and inorganic compounds such as cis-platinum also can be used to stop the growth of tumors. These drugs interfere with DNA synthesis in treated cells. How could this action halt mitosis?
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