David Morgan: Controlling the Cell Cycle

I. Controlling the Cell Cycle: Introduction
II. Controlling the Cell Cycle: Cdk Substrates
III. Controlling the Cell Cycle: Anaphase Onset

Part II: Controlling the Cell Cycle: Cdk Substrates

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Lecture Overview
Cells reproduce by duplicating their chromosomes and other components and then distributing them into a pair of genetically identical daughter cells. This series of events is called the cell cycle. In the first part of this lecture, I provide a general overview of the cell-cycle control system, a complex regulatory network that guides the cell through the steps of cell division. I briefly describe the major components of this regulatory system and how they fit together to form a series of biochemical switches that trigger cell-cycle events at the correct time and in the correct order. More >>

Speaker Bio
David Morgan is a Professor in the Departments of Physiology and Biochemistry & Biophysics at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF). He received an undergraduate degree in animal physiology from the University of Calgary in 1980, followed in 1986 by a PhD from UCSF, with Richard Roth. More >>

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