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G2 phase is the third, final, and usually the shortest subphase during interphase within the cell cycle in which the cell undergoes a period of rapid growth to prepare for mitosis. It follows successful completion of DNA synthesis and chromosomal replication during the S phase, and occurs during a period of often four to five hours. This far into interphase...
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Inhibition of protein synthesis during G2 phase prevents the cell from undergoing mitosis. ... by the DNA synthetic phase (S), then G2, and into mitosis again. ...
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What does G2 PHASE stand for? Definition of G2 PHASE in the list of acronyms and abbreviations provided by the Free Online Dictionary and Thesaurus.
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G2 phase-specific proteins of HeLa cells. A A Al-Bader, A Orengo, and P N Rao ... The S phase cells differed from the G2-synchronized and G2-arrested cells by the ...
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BioInfoBank Library :: G2 Phase :: physiology :: [Kinetic features of a white rat hepatocyte population under hormonal disbalance before and after partial ...
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Unbound MEDLINE | G2 Phase journal articles. Search by keyword, journal, author or by EBM filters diagnosis, treatment, prognosis or etiology. Evidence-based ...
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G2 phase. Dictionary terms for G2 phase in English, English definition for G2 phase, Thesaurus and Translations of G2 phase to English.
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... of cdc2 plays a critical role in cell transition through the G2/M phase. ... promoter, and it is predominantly expressed in the G2 phase of the cell cycle. ...
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Activated ATR phosphorylates CHK1 to initiate G2-phase ... G2-phase and then assaying for ... suggest that plants may regulate the G2-phase checkpoint in ...
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The G1 phase can be slowed by reducing the nutrients available in a system ... is made up of two identical chromatids), the cell moves onto the G2 phase. G2 Phase ...
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Oncogene is one of the world's leading cancer journals. ... Once induced in G2 phase, cyclin D1 expression became Ras independent through the next G1 phase. ...
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Oncogene is one of the world's leading cancer journals. ... UV radiation causes both G1 and G2 phase checkpoint arrest in vitro cultured cells. ...
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"G2 phase is the third, final, and usually the shortest subphase during ... The G2 phase prepares the cell for mitosis (M phase) which is initiated by prophase. ...
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The flow cytometry analysis confirmed that the cells were in G1 or G2 phase (data not shown) ... in G1 was as high as 40% while it was less than 5% in G2 phase. ...
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HIV-1 INDUCES A NEW, G2-PHASE FORM OF CELL DEATH IN T-CELLS ... of programmed cell death that kills T-cells in the G2 phase of the cell cycle. ...
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C. botulinum C2 toxin delays the G2/M phase transition in synchronized HeLa cells. ... not allow one to distinguish between cells in G2 phase and cells in mitosis, we ...
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