Latest Cell cycle Stories
Put simply, a tumor is the result of out-of-control cell growth.
In any battle, sizing up one's opponent is a critical first step.
It may seem intuitive that growth and development somehow go together so that plants and animals end up with the right number of cells in all the right places.
How do plants and animals end up with right number of cells in all the right places?
Researchers at Virginia Tech, New York University (NYU), and the University of Milan, Italy, have created a data mining algorithm they call GOALIE that can automatically reveal how biological processes are coordinated in time.
A new study reveals how conflict resolution works on the microscopic scale â€“ a protein called Flower marks the weaker cells for elimination in favor of their fitter neighbors.
Nuclear pores are the primary gatekeepers mediating communication between a cell's nucleus and its cytoplasm.
Caltech-led team provides evidence of key roles for cell-cycle length and chromosome duplication without division.
Proteins called cohesins ensure that newly copied chromosomes bind together, separate correctly during cell division, and are repaired efficiently after DNA damage.
The tumor suppressor Retinoblastoma represses DNA replication genes during senescence.