Published in Nursing Home and Elder Business Week, March 27th, 2005
"G1 cyclins coordinate environmental conditions with growth and differentiation in many organisms. In the pathogen C. albicans, differentiation of hyphae is induced by environmental cues but in a cell cycle-independent manner.
"Intriguingly," wrote C. Bachewich and colleagues, Concordia University, "repressing the G1 cyclin Cln3p under yeast growth conditions caused yeast cells to arrest in G1 , increase in size, and then develop into hyphae and...
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