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Haploinsufficiency of the cdc2l gene contributes to skin cancer development in mice

Arsenite Slows S Phase Progression via Inhibition of cdc25A Dual Specificity Phosphatase Gene Transcription

Expression of the viviparous 1 (Pavp1) and p34cdc2 protein kinase (cdc2Pa) genes during somatic embryogenesis in Norway spruce (Picea abies [L.] Karst)

The Saccharomyces cerevisiae gene CDC40/PRP17 controls cell cycle progression through splicing of the ANC1 gene

Rop GTPase and Its Target Cdc42/Rac-Interactive-Binding Motif-Containing Protein Genes Respond to Desiccation during Pollen Maturation

Deregulation of cdc2 gene expression correlates with overexpression of a 110 kDa CCAAT box binding factor in transformed cells.

The Caenorhabditis elegans homolog of FGD1, the human Cdc42 GEF gene responsible for faciogenital dysplasia, is critical for excretory cell morphogenesis

Characterization of the TATA-Less Core Promoter of the Cell Cycle-Regulated cdc25C Gene

Localisation of the DmCdc45 DNA replication factor in the mitotic cycle and during chorion gene amplification

Cell cycle-independent removal of UV-induced pyrimidine dimers from the promoter and the transcription initiation domain of the human CDC2 gene

Cytosine methylation occurs in a CDC48 homologue and a MADS‐box gene during adventitious shoot induction in Petunia leaf explants1

Molecular cloning of a Rho family, CDC42Ca gene from Candida albicans and its mRNA expression changes during morphogenesis

Genes encoding two essential DNA replication activation proteins, Cdc6 and Mcm3, exhibit very different patterns of expression in the tobacco BY‐2 cell cycle

Increased leakiness of the tetracycline‐inducible Triple‐Op promoter in dividing cells renders it unsuitable for high inducible levels of a dominant negative CDC2aAt gene

Alteration of gene expression during radiation-induced resistance and tumorigenesis in NIH3T3 cells revealed by cDNA microarrays: involvement of MDM2 and CDC25B


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Cell cycle control genes, the products of which are essential for cell division. Many are known and they are highly conserved, with human genes able to restore function to yeast cells in which the homologue is mutated. The product of the cdc42 gene is a rho GTPase family member (191 aa) involved in control of cell morphology, migration, endocytosis, and cell cycle progression. It induces the formation of filopodia by activating the Arp2/3 complex thereby affecting the actin cytoskeleton. The product of oncogene dbl stimulates the dissociation of GDP from cdc42, allowing activation to occur when GTP binds. See cyclins; DREAM complex.

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