BioE Seminar by Matthias Heinemann
A CDK-independent metabolic oscillator orchestrating the budding yeast cell cycle? The eukaryotic cell division is thought to be controlled by periodic activity of the cyclin dependent kinase (CDK) machinery. However, the fact that CDKs came late in the evolution of eukaryotes, and the fact that oscillations in global transcription and the anaphase-promoting complex activity were also found in during cell cycle arrest, suggest that cell cycle regulators external to the cyclin/CDK machinery could exist. In the basis of previous indication, we hypothesized that an autonomous metabolic...
Monday, October 22, 2018 at 10:00am
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