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. Graña. 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: InitialActivation 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.
The latest volume in this highly regarded series covers current advances in the fast-moving field of cell cycle research by gathering reviews otherwise scattered throughout the literature. Contributions encompass fields from cell and molecular biology to biochemistry.
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