The Eukaryotic Cell Cycle

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You can take the

through which you isolated the rescuing gene, such as cdc2. This gene can then be

to see the protein they encode for. Sequencing of the gene products identified by complementation indicated that the cdc2 gene encodes a

. The cdc25 gene encodes a

. The wee1 gene encodes a

. And, finally, the cdc13 gene encodes a

, now known as cyclin.



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