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What are the three Hallmarks that a cell is becoming cancerous? How is the cell cycle regulated? What are the 2 proteins that cooperate to form a functional MPF? What EXACTLY is a kinase? If a cell in S phase is fused to a cell in G1, what happens to the cell in G1? If a cell in M phase is fused with a cell in any stage of its cell cycle, the second cell immediately: Three major checkpoints are found in : The “restriction point” in mammalian cells is usually the _________ . If a cell passes this point it will usually: If not, it will: Protein kinases are enzymes that: The kinases that drive the cell cycle are actually present at a _________ concentration in the growing cell, but much of the time they are in an ____________ form. To be active, these kinases must be attached to a _____________ . Why does MPF activity rise during the S and G 2 phases, and fall abruptly during mitosis (M)? MPF acts both directly as a
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This note was uploaded on 07/27/2008 for the course BIO SCI 05115 taught by Professor Mcnulty during the Summer '08 term at UC Irvine.

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