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The Cell Cycle is a complex sequence of events whose regulation is a key determinant to the development of Cancer, being that uncontrolled cell division is provoked when checkpoint activation is avoided by altered proteins. In Subject 02, the details of each of the phases of the Cell Cycle and the specific role of its key proteins, such as the tumor suppressors pRb, p21, p16 and p53, as well as the importance of telomerase activity in avoiding Cellular Senescence, are explored.
What will you learn?
With this course you
will learn about:
The Cell cycle and its phases.
G1 phase of cell cycle: cell cycle entry, G1/S checkpoint, and stress-induced senescence.
S phase of cell cycle: nuclear DNA synthesis, telomeres and cell senescence, and replication stress.
G2 phase of cell cycle: chromosome formation.
M phase of cell cycle: mitosis and Cytokinesis.
Reset deadlines in accordance to your schedule. You will have 12 months to do the
course in your own pace.
Approx. 3 hours to complete
We recommend to dedicate 2 hours per week to complete the course in 2 weeks.
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All course materials are in English. Customer attention: English and Spanish.