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Mathematical modelling of cell cycle network motifs controlling M-Phase progression

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Eukaryotic cells must coordinate growth, replication of their genetic material, and cell division in order to generate two progeny cells from a single progenitor. M-phase is a critical phase of this process during which newly replicated DNA is precisely segregated into two distinct fractions, followed by cell division to produce two new daughter cells. M-phase is a component of both the mitotic cell cycle, during which each daughter cell should inherit an exact copy of the genetic material...

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Michael Hopkins More by this author

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Type of award:
DPhil
Level of award:
Doctoral
Awarding institution:
University of Oxford

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