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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.
Abcam is approved as a provider of continuing education programs in the clinical laboratory sciences by the ASCLS P.A.C.E.® Program. Interested in receiving P.A.C.E credit for this educational session? Request credit here!
00:00 - 06:56 - Introduction
06:56 - 35:40 - Wayne Stallaert (University of North Carolina, US)
The molecular structure of the human cell cycle
35:40 - 01:03:00 - Geronimo Dubra (CNRS, France)
CDK-mediated control of intrinsic disorder is a hallmark of the cell cycle
01:03:00 - 01:31:00 - Erin Moran (University of Virginia, US)
Mitotic R-loops direct Aurora 1 B kinase to maintain centromeric cohesion
01:31:00 - Keynote: Sir Paul Nurse (The Francis Crick Institute, UK)
Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 2001 recipient
Controlling the eukaryotic cell cycle