Mitotic cyclin distribution during maize cell division: Implications for the sequence diversity and function of cyclins in plants

@article{Mews2005MitoticCD,
  title={Mitotic cyclin distribution during maize cell division: Implications for the sequence diversity and function of cyclins in plants},
  author={Miriam Mews and Frank J. Sek and Robert L Moore and Dieter Volkmann and Brian E. S. Gunning and Peter Crook Lloyd John},
  journal={Protoplasma},
  year={2005},
  volume={200},
  pages={128-145}
}
Cyclin proteins are components of the regulatory system that controls the orderly progression of the events of cell division. Their sub-cellular location, as well as their fluctuating abundance and their affinities for the cyclin-dependent kinases (CDKs) to which they bind, determine their successive roles during the cell cycle. Here we employ species-specific antibodies to monitor changes in quantity and location of four maize cyclins and maize Cdc2-kinase in dividing maize root tip cells… CONTINUE READING

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