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24 February, 16:08

When cells leave the cell cycle, they exit during G1 phase and then enter G0 phase, a resting period. Most normal cells can leave G0 phase and reenter the cell cycle at G1 phase before entering S phase. Cancer cells are different because they cannot enter G0 phase and are likely to do which of the following? A) Fall to complete S phase B) Mutate during G1 phase C) Repeat the cell cycle continuously D) Die after completing mitosis

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  1. 24 February, 18:06
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    The appropriate answer for this one is C. Cancer cells divide uncontrollably and therefore the cell cycle would be continuously divide. To add, t here is a term known as terminally differentiated cells. These cells that never enter the cell cycle again, meaning they stay in G0 and never divide. However, some cells can be triggered to depart G0 and re-enter G1, which permits them to divide again.
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