Cell Cycle

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Post by sdekivit » Sat Oct 22, 2005 8:38 pm

Morris wrote:Yes there are some CDKs that regulate cell cicle, infact after every phase there is a checkpoint where is controlled if the cell is ready to go to next checkpoint. Infact failure iof that controls cen bring at tumorigenesis or cell death. :wink: :wink:


interesting isn't it ? my thesis last year was about the cell cycle and tumorpathogenesis

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Post by Terry K. » Mon Oct 24, 2005 1:58 pm

an easy way to remember the stages of the cell cycle is I P on the MAT, C.
If you think of it that way(and what a stupid way it is, but it works, I almost aced the test because of that) it should be easier. I is for Interphase(G1,S,G2), P on the MAT is for Mitosis(Prophase,Metaphase,Anaphase,Telophase), and C is for Cytokinesis. This really helped me. Fortunately, we're now out of that, and into Cell Behavior(thank GOD). I hated having to memorize all the kinases and CDK's, as well as the different chemicals and molecules.

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