Checkpoint signalling blocks the cell cycle at specific transition points, checkpoints, to ensure that the events of the cell cycle take place in the correct order. Checkpoint signalling is also activated for example by damage to the DNA so that the cell cycle does not proceed until the damage is repaired.
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