A mitogenic and hormonal signalling network regulate mammalian cell division commitment time.

Abstract

A basic property of mammalian cells is to retain the mitogenically induced "commitment" to undergo DNA replication even in the absence of stimuli. Recent findings on PGF2 alpha and hormone-induced Swiss 3T3 cell multiplication, reveal that this crucial cell cycle event can be regulated by several signalling mechanisms.

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@article{Asua1997AMA, title={A mitogenic and hormonal signalling network regulate mammalian cell division commitment time.}, author={Luis Jimenez de Asua and M{\'e}lodie Goin and M. Berlioz Ortiz and M B Gomez de Alzaga}, journal={Advances in experimental medicine and biology}, year={1997}, volume={400A}, pages={449-54} }