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Immunodetection of four mitotic cyclins and the Cdc2a protein kinase in the maize root: their distribution in cell develpment and dedifferentiation.

Mews, M; Sek, Frank; Volkmann, Dieter; John, Peter Crook


Cyclin proteins and cyclin-dependent kinases play a key role in the regulation of cell division. We have therefore studied the relationship of the level of four mitotic cyclin proteins and the Cdc2a kinase protein to cell division in maize root tissue with respect to cessation of division as cells leave the primary meristem region, resumption of division in formation of lateral-root primordia, and induced division following wounding. All four mitotic cyclins and Cdc2a were most abundant in...[Show more]

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Date published: 2000
Type: Journal article
Source: Protoplasma


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