CDc25 phosphatase


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CDc25 phosphatase

A group of intracellular enzymes that regulate cell division, some of which may contribute to the conversion of normal cells to cancer cells.
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Both Cdc25 phosphatases seem to function as key regulators of the G1-S and G2-M transitions and of mitosis, to spatially and temporally regulate their respective CDK substrates.