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cell synchronization


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cell synchronization

Merging microarray cell synchronization experiments through curve alignment

Spontaneous [Ca2+] i oscillations in G1/S phase-synchronized cells

Association of Nuclear and Chloroplast DNA Molecules in Synchronized Cells of Chlamydomonas reinhardtii

Analysis of cell-cycle gene expression in Saccharomyces cerevisiae using microarrays and multiple synchronization methods

Reversible G1 arrest by dimethyl sulfoxide as a new method to synchronize Chinese hamster cells

Inhibition of cdk2 kinase activity by methylselenocysteine in synchronized mouse mammary epithelial tumor cells.

Partial synchronization of cell division in cultured maize (Zea mays L.) cells: differential cyclin, cdc2, histone, and retinoblastoma transcript accumulation during the cell cycle

Dynamic Organization of Vacuolar and Microtubule Structures during Cell Cycle Progression in Synchronized Tobacco BY-2 Cells

Synchronized expression of two caspase family genes, ice-2 and ice-5, in hydrogen peroxide-induced cells of the silkworm, Bombyx mori

Inhibition of Proteasome by MG-132 Treatment Causes Extra Phragmoplast Formation and Cortical Microtubule Disorganization during M/G1 Transition in Synchronized Tobacco Cells

Disruption of Actin Microfilaments Causes Cortical Microtubule Disorganization and Extra-Phragmoplast Formation at M/G1 Interface in Synchronized Tobacco Cells

Periodic Gene Expression Patterns during the Highly Synchronized Cell Nucleus and Organelle Division Cycles in the Unicellular Red Alga Cyanidioschyzon merolae

Factors responsible for deep-sowing tolerance in wheat seedlings: varietal differences in cell proliferation and the co-ordinated synchronization of epidermal cell expansion and cortical cell division for the gibberellin-mediated elongation of first internodes

Fate of Nascent Microtubules Organized at the M/G1 Interface, as Visualized by Synchronized Tobacco BY-2 Cells Stably Expressing GFP-Tubulin: Time-Sequence Observations of the Reorganization of Cortical Microtubules in Living Plant Cells

 

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The process of obtaining a population of cells that are simultaneously in one phase of the cell cycle. This can be achieved by selection (e.g. by shaking off and collecting the relatively nonadherent rounded cells that are undergoing mitosis) or by imposing, and then releasing, a block on cell cycle progression.

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