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HHMI and Department of Cell Biology, Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Nashville, TN, USA
Clare Hall Laboratories, Cancer Research UK, South Mimms, Potters Bar, Hertfordshire, UK
The Salk Institute Cancer Center, The Salk Institute for Biological Studies, La Jolla, CA, USA
- » Cell cycle modeling
- » Cell cycle protein structure
- » Cell cycle & proteolysis
- » Cell size growth & control
- » Checkpoints
- » Cyclin Cdk regulation/Cdk inhibitors
- » DNA replication
- » G1 progression
- » G1/S
- » G2/M
- » Growth control
- » Mammalian meiosis
- » Meiotic maturation & meiosis
- » Mitosis
- » Mitotic exit & cytokinesis
- » Nutrient sensing & the cell cycle
- » Positive & negative receptor signaling to the cell cycle
- » Simple metazoan cell cycle
- » Telomeres, centromeres, centrosome/spindle pole body
- » Transcriptome analysis, nutritional sensing & the cell cycle
This paper demonstrates that oncogenic BRAF affects cellular metabolism by down regulating MITF to decrease oxidative phosphorylation. The authors demonstrate that MITF binds to the promoter of PGC1a, increasing its expression, which leads to increased...
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