CDKs are regulated by proteins or cyclins. The latter are cyclin-CDK complexes or kinases. Their function is the regulation of the cell cycle. Different cyclines will combine with different CDKs depending on the cell cycle involved, which will promote the occurrence of the next cycle. For example, in phase G1, cyclins D and E combine with CDKs 2, 4, and 6. I hope that helps. Dr.V
Oct 25th, 2014
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