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Three members of the Cdc25 gene family are described in mammals: Cdc25A, B, and C. These genes encode highly similar dual-specificity phosphatases which are able to dephosphorylate both phospho-threonine and -tyrosine residues. The different members of Cdc25 are responsible for influencing transition between specific phases of the cell cycle through their dephosphorylation of crucial tyrosine and threonine residues on inactivated Cdks.


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