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18/3/2011

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A cell can exit the cell cycle at G1 to enter G0. A cell in G0 maintains its specialized functions, but because it exited the cell cycle , it does not divide An interactive animation illustrates activity as cells grow and divide.Some cells deliberately cut the cell cycle short allowing repeated S phases without completing mitosis and/or cytokinesis. This is called endoreplication 15 Mar 2011 Dedicated to research on the cell cycle and cancer. The focus of this journal is molecular aspects of cancer research.The cell cycle , or cell-division cycle, is the series of events that takes place in a cell leading to its division and duplication (replication).
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