The mammalian cell cycle: an overview
Harper, J.V. and Brooks, G. (2005) The mammalian cell cycle: an overview. In: Humphrey, T. and Brooks, G. (eds.) Cell cycle control: mechanisms and protocols. Methods in molecular biology, 296. Humana Press, New Jersey, pp. 113-153. ISBN 9781588291448
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To link to this item DOI: 10.1385/1-59259-857-9:113
In recent years, we have witnessed major advances in our understanding of the mammalian cell cycle and how it is regulated. Normal mammalian cellular proliferation is tightly regulated at each phase of the cell cycle by the activation and deactivation of a series of proteins that constitute the cell cycle machinery. This review article describes the various phases of the mammalian cell cycle and focuses on the cell cycle regulatory molecules that act at each stage to ensure normal cellular progression.