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Saito Genetics Laboratory

Summary:

Our lab uses C. elegans genetics, biochemistry, and cell biology techniques to reveal the mechanisms that direct cells to either divide or arrest during development. We are interested in this decision since cells that are unable to properly control cell divisions can result in developmental defects and cancer. To understand how the cell-cycle machinery is controlled in response to developmental signals we use the highly regulated cell divisions of C. elegans as a model system.

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Organisms and Viruses

  • cdc-14(he118) II ( Caenorhabditis elegans )

    Extra cell divisions within several cell lineages.

  • cdc-14(he141) II ( Caenorhabditis elegans )

    Extra cell divisions within several cell lineages.


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Last updated: 2014-12-16T22:54:53.284-05:00

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