Lecture 25 Cell cycle regulation

Lecture 25 Cell - Lecture 25 Actin continued Accessory proteins Movement based on polymerization Cell Cycle Regulation S phase evidence Evidence

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Lecture 25 Actin continued Accessory proteins Movement based on polymerization Cell Cycle Regulation S phase evidence Evidence for cytoplasmic regulators MPF and its discovery Cyclins and cyclin-dependent kinase
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Main Points Accessory proteins regulate structures that actin can form Cell cycles are of varying lengths. Activity of cytoplasmic factors controls movement through the cell cycle.
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Actin Binding Proteins Control Its Structures or Polymerization in Non-muscle cells 0
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Focal adhesion 0 Lamellopodium extends
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New Actin Polymerization Extends Lamellopodium Actin binding proteins regulate forward movement
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Key Points of Cytoskeletal Elements Composition (specific proteins) Mode of polymerization (polarized or not) Specific roles Motor proteins? Names of motor proteins Direction of movement Role played by accessory proteins
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This note was uploaded on 04/08/2008 for the course BIOL 301 taught by Professor Tepperman during the Winter '08 term at University of Cincinnati.

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Lecture 25 Cell - Lecture 25 Actin continued Accessory proteins Movement based on polymerization Cell Cycle Regulation S phase evidence Evidence

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