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Established and novel Cdk/Cyclin complexes regulating the cell cycle and development

Gopinathan, Lakshmi ; Ratnacaram, Chandrahas Koumar and Kaldis, Philipp LU (2011) In Results and Problems in Cell Differentiation 53. p.365-389
Abstract

The identification of new members in the Cdk and cyclin families, functions for many of which are still emerging, has added new facets to the cell cycle regulatory network. With roles extending beyond the classical regulation of cell cycle progression, these new players are involved in diverse processes such as transcription, neuronal function, and ion transport. Members closely related to Cdks and cyclins such as the Speedy/RINGO proteins offer fresh insights and hope for filling in the missing gaps in our understanding of cell division. This chapter will present a broad outlook on the cell cycle and its key regulators with special emphasis on the less-studied members and their emerging roles.

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Cell Cycle in Development
series title
Results and Problems in Cell Differentiation
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Kubiak, Jacek
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53
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365 - 389
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  • pmid:21630153
  • scopus:79959719913
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0080-1844
1861-0412
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9783642190643
DOI
10.1007/978-3-642-19065-0_16
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English
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  title        = {Established and novel Cdk/Cyclin complexes regulating the cell cycle and development},
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