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What is the function of Wee1 protein? How was it discovered and isolated in yeast?

What is the function of Wee1 protein? How was it discovered and isolated in yeast?
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Wee protein works as a check point in the yeast cells and it is regulator of cell cycle progression;
it was discovered via Dr. Paul and might be isolated via homogenization of yeast cells.

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