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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) ...
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 ...
Mechanism of Light Signaling in Controlling Chloroplast Biogenesis
Phytochromes are red and far-red light receptors that initiate photomorphogenesis by reprogramming both nuclear and plastidial genomes. Early light signaling events include translocation of photoactivated phytochromes from ...
Dynamic Regulation of Plasma Membrane During Cell Invasion
Cell invasion is a complicated process vital to tissue development, immune surveillance, and disease states such as metastatic cancer. While in vitro work has presented molecular mechanisms regulating cell invasion, visualization ...
The Role of Type III Transforming Growth Factor-β Receptor in Regulating ALK1 Signaling and Endothelial Biology
The Transforming Growth Factor-β (TGF-β) superfamily of ligands and receptors play critical roles in angiogenesis, evidenced by their essential role in physiologic angiogenesis and their perturbation in pathologic angiogenesis. ...