Cyclin Dependent Kinases and Cell Cycle Control

@inproceedings{Nurse2003CyclinDK,
  title={Cyclin Dependent Kinases and Cell Cycle Control},
  author={Paul Nurse},
  year={2003}
}
The cell is the basic structural and functional unit of all living organisms, the smallest entity that exhibits all the characteristics of life. Cells reproduce by means of the cell cycle, the series of events which lead to the division of a cell into two daughters. This process underlies growth and development in all living organisms, and is central to their heredity and evolution. Understanding how the cell cycle operates and is controlled is therefore an important problem in biology. It also… CONTINUE READING

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