The cell cycle can be thought of as the life cycle of a cell in other words it is the series of growth and development steps a cell undergoes between its birth formation by the division of a mother cell and reproduction division to make two new daughter cells. The cell cycle is the complex sequence of events by which cells grow and divide in eukaryotic cells this process includes a series of four distinct phases these phases consist of the mitosis phase m gap 1 phase g 1 synthesis phase s and gap 2 phase g 2the g 1 s and g 2 phases of the cell cycle are collectively referred to as interphase. Cancer is basically a disease of uncontrolled cell division its development and progression are usually linked to a series of changes in the activity of cell cycle regulatorsfor example inhibitors of the cell cycle keep cells from dividing when conditions arent right so too little activity of these inhibitors can promote cancer
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