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INTERPHASE
The period between successive nuclear divisions during which the chromosomes are diffuse and the nuclear envelope is intact. It is during this period that the cell is most active in transcribing and translating genetic information.
CYCLIN-DEPENDENT KINASE (Cdk)
A kinase catalyzes the addition of phosphate groups from ATP to target molecules. Cdk's target proteins are involved in transitions in the cell cycle and are active only when complexed to additional protein subunits, cyclins.
CONDENSINS
A group of proteins that coats the DNA molecules and makes them more compact.
COHESIN
Proteins involved in binding chromatids together.
MITOSIS
Nuclear division in eukaryotes leading to the formation of two daughter nuclei each with a chromosome complement identical to that of the original nu­cleus.