The extent to which people believe they have power over events in their lives a person with an internal locus of control believes that he or she can influence.
Cell cycle checkpoint control: the cyclin g1/mdm2/p53 axis axis and a strategic locus for re-establishing cell cycle control by means of.
This meiotic checkpoint network (mcn) creates a wide range of dependent relationships dsb formation at the same chromosomal locus (including the sister chromatid) an interesting case of meiotic checkpoint control is the initiation of. Pcr was done with the primers for the matα locus shown schematically in (a) and for the control smc2 locus pcr products from the respective extracts (input) .
Several genes have been identified that control different 'checkpoints' in the cell division cycle.
In personality psychology, locus of control is the degree to which people believe that they have control over the outcome of events in their lives, as opposed to. The pkd1 locus contains a 25-kb polypurine-polypyrimidine (pu-py) tract respectively and the control reaction template and primer were. The genomic structure of the wild-type (wt) p31comet locus, the targeting construct, the targeted allele, and the disrupted allele after cre. Integration at the genomic mih1 locus generates a full- length mih1 under control of the gal1 promoter and an adjacent trun- cated mih1 (3 deleted) integration.
Cells arrested in g2/m by the dna damage checkpoint will eventually continue (the endogenous ho site in the mat locus was deleted) and arrest in g2/m.
Checkpoints that control b cell development one of three such v(d)j rearrangements occur “in frame” and generate an igh locus that can. The yeast dna damage checkpoint proteins control a cytoplasmic response to locus (25), and cells experience a dna-damage checkpoint-mediated g2/m.