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What determines whether a cell stays in interphase or divides?

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  1. adgonzalez
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    proteins known as cyclin regulate the cell both internally and externally, when these proteins give the go ahead the cell begins to divide.

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    adgonzalez gave a good answer: the cyclins are post-translationally modified by kinases which respond to growth factors and other external signals.

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