What Forms around the Chromatids during Mitosis?

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During the S phase of mitosis, chromosomes replicate to form a new DNA molecule situated next to the original chromatid or DNA molecule. Both DNA molecules remain covered in proteins thus, a new chromosome is also formed. At the end of telophase, a new nucleus forms around each set of chromosomes. Then, during cytokinesis two new cells are formed from the original cell.
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