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Phase Transition

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Gene context of Phase Transition

  • This result confirms the role of EMF2 in phase transitions by repressing reproductive development [32].
  • EMF1 and its related sequence may belong to a new class of proteins that function as transcriptional regulators of phase transition during shoot development [33].
  • The human CDC34 cDNA can functionally substitute for the yeast CDC34 gene and represents a mammalian homolog of the group of yeast genes required for the late G1-->S phase transition [34].
  • These observations support the view that the coordinated rise of Cln3 and Swi4 levels mediated by ECB-dependent transcription controls the timing of the G(1)-to-S phase transition [35].
  • PURPOSE: The F-box protein S-phase kinase-associated protein 2 (Skp2) positively regulates the G(1)-S phase transition by controlling the stability of several G(1) regulators, such as p27Kip1 [36].

Analytical, diagnostic and therapeutic context of Phase Transition


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  35. Early cell cycle box-mediated transcription of CLN3 and SWI4 contributes to the proper timing of the G(1)-to-S transition in budding yeast. MacKay, V.L., Mai, B., Waters, L., Breeden, L.L. Mol. Cell. Biol. (2001) [Pubmed]
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