Cell cycle exit is when cells stop dividing and enter a quiescent state, also named G0. Cells exit the cell cycle in response to nutrient- or growth factor deprivation or in response to signals that induce differentiation. In the case of nutrient-and growth factor starvation, cell cycle exit is reversible.
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