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I aim to study cell cycle regulation, can some of you suggest a good book or website that systematically explains the topic. It should include-

  1. Detailed account of Cyclin and cdks involved in different stages of cell cycle
  2. Spindle assembly checkpoint
  3. DNA damage checkpoint
  4. Special roles of Rb and p53 proteins in cell cycle regulation
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closed as too broad by rg255, kmm, AliceD, March Ho, James Jun 3 '16 at 1:31

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  • $\begingroup$ A) Useless title, again. B) For book recommendations you need to specify with detail what the book should include detail on and why "obvious" choice are unsuitable - as it stands its far to broad/will illicit primarily opinion based answers $\endgroup$ – rg255 Jun 2 '16 at 11:58
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Robust texts covering such 4 listed points with rigour include the following selection:

& even a review of the latter here.

HTH

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Start with "Cell Biology" by Gerald Karp (Wiley). You can then move onto "Molecular Biology of the Cell" by Bruce Alberts and Alexander Johnson (Garland Science).

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