Glotzer M (1995) Cell cycle. The only way out of mitosis. Curr Biol 5(9):970-2
Abstract: The ubiquitination and destruction of cyclins provides the way out of mitosis. A multiprotein complex polyubiquitinates cyclin B and promotes the separation of sister chromatids.
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