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The Cell Cycle Club provides a venue for labs doing fundamental cell cycle research in model organisms to interact with those using mammalian cells to drive research in a more ‘translational’ direction.
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00:00 - 03:19 - Introduction
03:19 - 27:23 - Deniz Irvali (University of Tubingen, Germany)
Start is not the metabolic commitment point of the cell cycle
27:23 - 59:02 - Camilla Reiter Elbaek (University of Denmark, Denmark)
WEE1 kinase supports DNA replication fork stability by limiting CDK2 activity
59:02 - 01:51:09 - Professor Sir David Lane (A*STAR, Singapore)
40 years of p53: from discovery to therapy
01:51:09 - 01:52:34 - Closing remarks