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Cell Cycle Control

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    Chapter 1 Cell Cycle-Regulated Transcription: Effectively Using a Genomics Toolbox.
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    Chapter 2 Cell Cycle Regulation by Checkpoints.
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    Chapter 3 Interplay Between the Cell Cycle and Double-Strand Break Response in Mammalian Cells
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    Chapter 4 Cell Cycle Regulation by Protein Degradation
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    Chapter 5 Linking Chromosome Duplication and Segregation via Sister Chromatid Cohesion.
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    Chapter 6 The Greatwall-PP2A Axis in Cell Cycle Control.
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    Chapter 7 Cell Cycle Regulation by the Nutrient-Sensing Mammalian Target of Rapamycin (mTOR) Pathway.
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    Chapter 8 The senescence arrest program and the cell cycle.
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    Chapter 9 Oncogenic Ras Pushes (and Pulls) Cell Cycle Progression Through ERK Activation
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    Chapter 10 Cell Cycle Regulation During Viral Infection
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    Chapter 11 The roles of cohesins in mitosis, meiosis, and human health and disease.
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    Chapter 12 Introductory Review of Computational Cell Cycle Modeling
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    Chapter 13 Cell Cycle Synchronization and Flow Cytometry Analysis of Mammalian Cells
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    Chapter 14 Analyzing Transcription Dynamics During the Budding Yeast Cell Cycle.
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    Chapter 15 Analyzing cell cycle checkpoints in response to ionizing radiation in Mammalian cells.
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    Chapter 16 Analyzing DNA replication checkpoint in budding yeast.
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    Chapter 17 Analyzing cell cycle-dependent degradation and ubiquitination in budding yeast.
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    Chapter 18 Imaging Analysis of Cell Cycle-Dependent Degradation of Cdt1 in Mammalian Cells
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    Chapter 19 PCNA-Dependent Ubiquitination of Cdt1 and p21 in Mammalian Cells.
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    Chapter 20 Analyzing Cdc2/Cdk1 Activation During Stress Response in Schizosaccharomyces pombe.
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    Chapter 21 Analyzing Ras-Associated Cell Proliferation Signaling
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    Chapter 22 Telomere Regulation During the Cell Cycle in Fission Yeast.
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    Chapter 23 Detecting Senescence: Methods and Approaches
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    Chapter 24 Analyzing RB and E2F During the G1–S Transition
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    Chapter 25 Analyzing G1-S Transcriptional Control.
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    Chapter 26 Analysis of Replication Timing Using Synchronized Budding Yeast Cultures.
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    Chapter 27 Analysis of ssDNA Gaps and DSBs in Genetically Unstable Yeast Cultures.
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    Chapter 28 Chromatin Fractionation Analysis of Licensing Factors in Mammalian Cells.
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    Chapter 29 Imaging Analysis to Determine Chromatin Binding of the Licensing Factor MCM2-7 in Mammalian Cells.
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    Chapter 30 Chromatin Immunoprecipitation to Investigate Origin Association of Replication Factors in Mammalian Cells.
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    Chapter 31 Live-Cell Fluorescence Imaging for Phenotypic Analysis of Mitosis.
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    Chapter 32 Analyzing sister chromatid cohesion in Mammalian cells.
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    Chapter 33 Affinity Purification of Protein Complexes from Drosophila Embryos in Cell Cycle Studies.
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    Chapter 34 Tracking Histone Variant Nucleosomes Across the Human Cell Cycle Using Biophysical, Biochemical, and Cytological Analyses.
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Chapter title
Cell Cycle Regulation by Checkpoints.
Chapter number 2
Book title
Cell Cycle Control
Published in
Methods in molecular biology, January 2014
DOI 10.1007/978-1-4939-0888-2_2
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Book ISBNs
978-1-4939-0887-5, 978-1-4939-0888-2
Authors

Kevin J Barnum, Matthew J O'Connell, Barnum KJ, O'Connell MJ, Kevin J. Barnum, Matthew J. O’Connell, Barnum, Kevin J., O’Connell, Matthew J.

Abstract

Cell cycle checkpoints are surveillance mechanisms that monitor the order, integrity, and fidelity of the major events of the cell cycle. These include growth to the appropriate cell size, the replication and integrity of the chromosomes, and their accurate segregation at mitosis. Many of these mechanisms are ancient in origin and highly conserved, and hence have been heavily informed by studies in simple organisms such as the yeasts. Others have evolved in higher organisms, and control alternative cell fates with significant impact on tumor suppression. Here, we consider these different checkpoint pathways and the consequences of their dysfunction on cell fate.

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Student > Bachelor 87 15%
Student > Ph. D. Student 82 14%
Student > Master 74 13%
Researcher 29 5%
Student > Doctoral Student 23 4%
Other 35 6%
Unknown 259 44%
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Biochemistry, Genetics and Molecular Biology 198 34%
Agricultural and Biological Sciences 41 7%
Medicine and Dentistry 31 5%
Pharmacology, Toxicology and Pharmaceutical Science 17 3%
Chemistry 10 2%
Other 31 5%
Unknown 261 44%
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