M_CC_PHASE

MAP:DNA_REPAIR/MODULE:M_CC_PHASE map
During the M phase separation of the chromosomes takes place. The DNA repair is normally less active during this stage. If DNA damage occurs at this phase, in majority of cases the cells are in mitotic catastrophe and committed to apoptosis.
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