Cell Cycle

The eukaryotic cell cycle comprises a sequence of events that culminate in cell division. Proteins at different checkpoints throughout the cell cycle regulate progression from one phase to the next—a process that usually works without errors. When errors do occur, they can have catastrophic consequences, including the development of cancer: cells progress through the cycle unchecked, replicating indefinitely to form tumors.

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