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Cell Cycle/Checkpoint

Cell Cycle

Cells undergo a complex cycle of growth and division that is referred to as the cell cycle. The cell cycle consists of four phases, G1 (GAP 1), S (synthesis), G2 (GAP 2) and M (mitosis). DNA replication occurs during S phase. When cells stop dividing temporarily or indefinitely, they enter a quiescent state called G0. read more

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  2. C5799 (R)-CCG-1423 Rho inhibitor
  3. B7445 (R)-DRF053 dihydrochloride cdk/CK1 inhibitor,potent and ATP-competitive
  4. C5803 (S)-CCG-1423 Rho inhibitor
  5. A4395 10-DAB (10-Deacetylbaccatin) Precursor of antitumor compound Palitaxel and Docetaxel
  6. A1169 10058-F4 C-Myc-Max dimerization inhibitor
  7. C5722 10074-G5 c-Myc inhibitor
  8. C4254 3-(4-Pyridyl)indole ROCK-I inhibitor
  9. A3120 360A iodide G-quadruplex structures inhibitor
  10. C3340 3MB-PP1 polo-like kinase 1 (Plk1) allele inhibitor,ATP-competitive
  11. A8902 6H05 K-Ras inhibitor

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