Cell Proliferation and Division

A section of Cells (ISSN 2073-4409).

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All cells are exposed to diverse and partially conflicting exogenous or endogenous signaling events that govern cell proliferation, cell cycle arrest, or cell cycle exit into quiescence, temporal or terminal differentiation, or senescence. These signaling events are connected to the machinery that controls the cell division cycle. Within the Section “Cell Proliferation and Division”, we encourage the submission of manuscripts (original work or reviews) focusing on all aspects of mitogen, metabolic and antiproliferative signaling, its connection to the cell cycle machinery, as well as mechanistical or structural studies of cell cycle control and cell cycle checkpoints. These can include various model systems studying normal cell proliferation or cancer biology. We also encourage the submission of studies addressing all aspects of cell cycle control.

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