The main enzymes that drive cell division can work on numerous substrates, but how is their specificity ensured? Regulatory subunits show the way, using various tricks to guide enzymes to their targets.
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Wittenberg, C. Cyclin guides the way. Nature 434, 34–35 (2005). https://doi.org/10.1038/434034a
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