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Global Control of Cell-Cycle Transcription: Interplay Between CDK-APC/C and the Transcription Factor Network
A periodic transcriptional program is a conserved feature of the eukaryotic cell cycle, yet there have been contrasting views on whether it is predominantly controlled by a CDK-APC/C network or a transcription factor (TF) ...
Aneuploidy Tolerance in a Polyploid Organ
Endopolyploid cells (hereafter - polyploid cells), which contain whole genome duplications in an otherwise diploid organism, play vital roles in development and physiology of diverse organs such as our heart and liver. Polyploidy ...
Coupling of the Yeast Metabolic Cycle and the Cell Division Cycle in Populations and Single Cells
Biological oscillators are ubiquitous in living systems. They allow cellular processes to anticipate and act in synchrony with regular events in the outside world (such as the day/night cycle), or they ensure that processes ...
Basement Membrane Dynamics During Anchor Cell Invasion
Basement membranes are a dense, sheet-like form of extracellular matrix that underlie epithelia and endothelia, and surround muscle, fat and Schwann cells. Basement membranes separate tissues and protect them from mechanical ...
Imaging the Cell-Basement Membrane Interface during Anchor Cell Invasion in C. elegans
Basement membrane (BM) is the thin, dense, highly cross-linked form of extracellular matrix that underlies all epithelia and endothelia, as well as surrounds muscle, nerve and fat. These sheet-like networks function as ...