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Cyclin

Introduction: Cyclin

Description of Cyclin

Cyclin: family of proteins which accumulate during interphase of the eukaryotic cell cycle and are destroyed at the conclusion of mitosis; believed to be involved in inducing mitosis.
Source: CRISP

Cyclin: Regulatory proteins that function in the cell cycle to activate maturation promoting factor. They complex with p34cdc2 (PROTEIN P34CDC2), the catalytic subunit of MATURATION-PROMOTING FACTOR, and modulate its protein kinase activity. Cyclins themselves have no enzymatic activity.
Source: MeSH 2007

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