Cell Cycle G1/S
The cell cycle is comprised of a series of events (e.g., DNA duplication, partitioning of the cytoplasm) that enable a cell to divide into two daughter cells. The cell cycle consists of two main phases, interphase, and the mitotic phase. The first phases of interphase is the G1 phase. This is where the cell synthesizes mRNA and proteins. G1 ends, when the cell begins the S phase, which is when DNA is replicated.
The pathway below is interactive, meaning you can click on an active pathway component (highlighted in orange) to learn more about available mouse models relevant to that specific gene and pathway function.