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Cyclin/cdk complexes: their involvement in cell cycle progression and mitotic division

John, Peter Crook; Mews, M; Moore, R.


DNA replication and mitosis are dependent on the activity of cyclin-dependent protein kinase (CDK) enzymes, which are heterodimers of a catalytic subunit with a cyclin subunit. Cyclin binding to specific individual proteins is thought to provide potential substrates to Cdk. Protein binding by cyclins is assessed in terms of its mechanisms and biological significance, using evidence from diverse organisms including substrate specificity in animal Cdk enzymes containing D-, A-, and B-type cyclins...[Show more]

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Date published: 2001
Type: Journal article
Source: Protoplasma


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