The Eukaryotic Cell Cycle
Edited by John Bryant, Dennis Francis
Taylor & Francis – 2007 – 350 pages
Series: Society for Experimental Biology
The Eukaryotic Cell Cycle gives an overview of the stages of the eukaryotic cell cycle, as well as discussing important experiments, research, organisms of interest and findings connected to each stage of the cycle and the components involved in these.
This volume, written by respected researchers, gives an excellent account of the eukaryotic cell cycle that is suitable for graduate and postdoctoral researchers.
1. Plant D-Type Cyclins: Structure, Roles and Functions 2. Initiation of DNA Replication 3. Mcm10 and DNA Replication in Fission Yeast 4. Copying the Template - With A Little Help From My Friends? 5. G2/M Transition in Eukaryotes 6. Many Faces of Separase Regulation 7. The Centrosome in the Eukaryotic Cell 8. Division Versus Differentiation in the Early Xenopus Embryo 9. Endoreduplication Control During Plant Development 10. Chromatin Modifications and Nucleotide Excision Repair 11. DNA Ligase - A Means to an End Joining 12. Cell Cycle Checkpoint-Guarded Routes to Catenation-Induced Chromosomal Instability 13. The Spindle Checkpoint: How Do Cells Delay Anaphase Onset? 14. A Mechanism Coupling Cell Division and the Control of Apoptosis 15. The Cytoskeleton and the Control of Organelle Dynamics in the Apoptotic Execution Phase