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Mammalian MCM Loading in Late-G1 Coincides with Rb Hyperphosphorylation and the Transition to Post-Transcriptional Control of Progression into S-Phase

By Piyali Mukherjee, Thinh V. Cao, Sherry L. Winter and Mark G. Alexandrow
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