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If you know the specific site of phosphorilation, your protein will inhibit the activity of the CDK1. This is a benefit when the cell has anormal replications (tumor cells) and it is necessary to stop the process. If the complex CDK1-cycline B is inhibit, the cell will stop its division in the G2/M transition (cyclines and CDKs promote positively the cell division).
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