Cyclin B/cdc2 induces c-Mos stability by direct phosphorylation in Xenopus oocytes.

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The c-Mos proto-oncogene product plays an essential role during meiotic divisions in vertebrate eggs. In Xenopus, it is required for progression of oocyte maturation and meiotic arrest of unfertilized eggs. Its degradation after fertilization is essential to early embryogenesis. In this study we investigated the mechanisms involved in c-Mos degradation. We… (More)

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@article{Castro2001CyclinBI, title={Cyclin B/cdc2 induces c-Mos stability by direct phosphorylation in Xenopus oocytes.}, author={A. Castro and M. Peter and Laura Magnaghi-Jaulin and Serge Vigneron and Simon Galas and T. Cruzalegui 5634. Lorca and J. Claude Labb{\'e}}, journal={Molecular biology of the cell}, year={2001}, volume={12 9}, pages={2660-71} }