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Identification of two human phosphoproteins (dividin and IEF 59dl) that are first detected late in G1 near the G1/S transition border of the cell cycle

Lookup NU author(s): Dr Soren Nielsen

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Abstract

Two-dimensional gel electrophoretic analysis (NEPHGE, IEF) of the [32P]-orthophosphate-labeled proteins synthesized throughout the cell cycle of transformed human amnion cells (AMA) revealed two phosphoproteins (dividin, Mr = 54,000, pl = 8.4; IEF 59dl, Mr = 27,000, pl = 5.7) that are present mainly in S-phase cells. These proteins are first detected at the end of G1, near the G1/S transition border, and their levels reach a maximum late in S-phase. Together with the previously identified nuclear protein cyclin, these phosphoproteins are likely candidates for proteins that may play a role in the regulation of the onset of DNA synthesis and cell division.


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Author(s): Nielsen SU, Celis A, Ratz GP, Celis JE

Publication type: Article

Publication status: Published

Journal: Leukemia

Year: 1987

Volume: 1

Issue: 1

Pages: 69-77

Print publication date: 01/01/1987

ISSN (print): 0887-6924

ISSN (electronic): 1476-5551

Publisher: Nature Publishing Group


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