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Progress in Cell Cycle Research: Volume 3

Edited By: Laurent Meijer, Silvana Guidet and Michel Philippe
321 pages, Figs
Progress in Cell Cycle Research: Volume 3
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The latest volume in this highly regarded series covers current advances in the fast moving field of cell cycle research by gathering reviews otherwise would be scattered throughout the literature. Contributions encompass fields from cell and molecular biology to biochemistry. Aspects range from the fundamentals of cell division to potential medical applications.

Contents

Viruses and the Cell Cycle; A. Op De Beeck, P. Caillet-Fauquet. HIV-1 Vpr: G2 Cell Cycle Arrest, Macrophages and Nuclear Transport; F. Re, J. Luban. Regulation of Cell Division in Plants: An Arabidopsis Perspective; V. Mironov et al. Intestinal Cell Cycle Regulation; T.C. Ko et al. Coordinate Regulation of Cell Cycle and Apoptosis during Myogenesis; K.Walsh. Cell Cycle Regulation of Organelle Transport A.M. Robertson, V.J. Allan. Protein Kinase CK2 (casein kinase-2') and Its Implication in Cell Division and Proliferation L.A. Pinna, F. Meggio. The Regulation of Cyclin-Dependent Kinase Inhibitors (CKIs); M. Peter. Contribution of the Dual Coding Capacity of the p16INK4a/MTS1/CDKN2 Locus to Human Malignancies; C.-J. Larsen. p21: Structure and Functions Associated with Cyclin-cdk Binding; K.L. Ball. The cdc18 Protein Initiates DNA Replication in Fission Yeast; H. Nishitani, P. Nurse. Cell Cycle Regulation of S Phase Entry in Saccharomyces cerevisiae; S. Piatti. pRB, p107 and p130 as Transcriptional Regulators: Role in Cell Growth and Differentiation; X. Mayol, X. Grana. The Role of Cyclin E in Cell Proliferation, Development and Cancer; K. Keyomarsi, T.W. Herliczek. Multiple Roles of the Proliferating Cell Nuclear Antigen: DNA Replication, Repair and Cell Cycle Control; E. Prosperi. Aberrations of the G1 and G1/SRegulating Genes in Human Cancer; J. Bartkova, et al. Regulation of p34cdc2cyclin B H1 and NIMA Kinases during the G2/M Transition and Checkpoint Responses in Aspergillus nidulans; X.S. Ye, S.A. Osmani. Myt1: a Wee1 Type Kinase that Phosphorylates Cdc2 on Residue Thr14; A. Fattaey, R.N. Booher. In vivo Regulation at the Entry into MPhase: Initial Activation and Nuclear Translocation of Cyclin B/Cdc2; T. Kishimoto, E. Okumura. Mos and the Cell Cycle; B. Singh, R.B. Arlinghaus. Calcium and Mitosis; M. Whitaker. Role of Chromosomes in Assembly of Meiotic and Mitotic Spindles; R. Tournebize, et al. Organization and Functional Regulation of the Centrosome in Animal Cells; A. Peoletti, M. Bornens. Mitosis and Checkpoints that Control Progression through Mitosis in Vertebrate Somatic Cells; C.L. Rieder, A. Khodjakov. Index.

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Edited By: Laurent Meijer, Silvana Guidet and Michel Philippe
321 pages, Figs
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