Checkpoints


Ontology type: npg:Subject  | skos:Concept     


Concept Info

NAME

Checkpoints

DESCRIPTION

Checkpoints are transition points in the cell cycle that can be negatively regulated. Checkpoints ensure that the cell only divides if conditions are favourable, and that the events take place in the correct order, for example that mitosis does not happen until DNA replication is complete.

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