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Regulation of the G1/S Transition in Adult Liver: Expression and Activation of the Cyclin Dependent Kinase Cdk1 in Differentiated Hepatocytes is Controlled by Extracellular Signals and is Crucial for Commitment to DNA Replication

By Loyer Pascal and Corlu Anne

Submitted: November 4th 2010Reviewed: April 19th 2011Published: August 1st 2011

DOI: 10.5772/19631

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Loyer Pascal and Corlu Anne (August 1st 2011). Regulation of the G1/S Transition in Adult Liver: Expression and Activation of the Cyclin Dependent Kinase Cdk1 in Differentiated Hepatocytes is Controlled by Extracellular Signals and is Crucial for Commitment to DNA Replication, DNA Replication - Current Advances, Herve Seligmann, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/19631. Available from:

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