Modeling the Budding Yeast Cell Cycle

cdc14-ts GAL-SIC1


Change of parameters: ks14=0, ksc1'=0.12, MDT=150.
Length of G1 phase: 121.5 min.
Arrest: Telophase arrest.


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Experimental results: Jaspersen, Table 4, weakly rescued. Fitzpatrick, Fig. 2. Yuste-Rojas, Fig. 3D, weakly rescued.