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Control of Cell Division by Very Lysine Rich Histone (F1) Phosphorylation

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F1 histone phosphorylating activity correlates closely in the cell cycle with the behaviour of the mitotic trigger. It is proposed here that the phosphorylation of F1 histone is the initiation step for mitosis.

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    • E. M. Bradbury
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