DISCOVER THE WORLD'S FIRST 3D & INTERACTIVE COURSE SYLLABUS
One 3D Animation Video and Its Interactive Self-Evaluation test for each of the 10 subjects
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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.