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Modeling the Cell Cycle Engine of Eukaryotes. John J. Tyson & Bela Novak Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State Univ. Budapest Univ. Technology & Economics.

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modeling the cell cycle engine of eukaryotes

Modeling the Cell CycleEngine of Eukaryotes

John J. Tyson & Bela Novak

Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State Univ.

Budapest Univ. Technology & Economics

slide2

The cell cycle is the sequence of events by which a growing cell replicates all its components and divides them more-or-less evenly between two daughter cells...

…so that the two daughter cells contain all the information and machinery necessary to repeat the process.

slide3

G1

cell division

S

(DNA

synthesis)

M

(mitosis)

G2

slide4

G1

Too small?

DNA damage?

G1/S checkpoint

cell division

S

1. Alternation of S and M phases

(DNA

synthesis)

Unaligned

chromosomes?

2. Balanced growth and division

Metaphase

checkpoint

Unreplicated DNA?

Too small?

M

(mitosis)

G2

G2/M checkpoint

slide5

Cdk1

CycB

Tar

Tar- P

G1

cell division

Cyclin-dependent kinase

S

DNA

replication

M

(mitosis)

G2

slide6

Cdk1

CycB

G1

G1/S

cell division

S

DNA

replication

Exit

M

(mitosis)

G2

G2/M

slide8

Wee1-P

Wee1

Cdk1

Cdk1

CycB

CycB

P-

less active

Cdc25-P

Cdc25

cyclin B

degradation

cyclin B

synthesis

less active

active MPF

cyclin B

degradation

less active

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Cyclin

Cdk1

Cyclin

M

Solomon’s protocol for cyclin-induced activation of MPF

Ca2+

centrifuge

Wee1

Cyclo-

heximide

Cdk1

Cdc25

cytoplasmic extract

no synthesis of cyclin

pellet

no degradation of cyclin

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Threshold

MPF

Cyclin (nM)

Solomon et al. (1990)

Cell 63:1013.

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Frog egg

Novak & Tyson (1993)

J. Cell Sci.106:1153

active MPF

no synthesis or

degradation

of cyclin

total cyclin

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hysteretic

non-hysteretic

MPF activity

MPF activity

Ti

Ta

T

cyclin level

cyclin level

Prediction: The threshold concentration of cyclin B required to activate MPF is higher than the threshold concentration required to inactivate MPF.

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Norel & Agur (1991). “A model for the adjustment of the mitotic clock by cyclin and MPF levels,” Science251:1076-1078.

Tyson (1991). “Modeling the cell division cycle: cdc2 and cyclin interactions,” PNAS88:7328-7332.

Goldbeter (1991). “A minimal cascade model for the mitotic oscillator involving cyclin and cdc2 kinase,” PNAS88:9107-9111.

Novak & Tyson (1993). “Numerical analysis of a comprehensive model of M-phase control in Xenopus oocyte extracts and intact embryos,” J. Cell Sci.106:1153-1168.

Thron (1996). “A model for a bistable biochemical trigger of mitosis,” Biophys. Chem.57:239-251.

Thron (1997). “Bistable biochemical switching and the control of the events of the cell cycle,” Oncogene15:317-325.

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G1

Start

cell division

S

DNA

replication

Finish

M

(mitosis)

G2

G2/M

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CKI

Cdh1

APC

Cdc20

APC

G1

Start

cell division

Cln2

S

Clb5

DNA

replication

Cdk

Finish

Clb2

M

(mitosis)

G2

G2/M

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Cdc20

P

Cdk

Cln2

P

Cdh1

CKI

AA

Cdk

Cdk

AA

CycB

Cdk

CycB

Cdh1

Cdc14

Cdk

CKI

CycB

CKI

Cdc14

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synthesis

synthesis

binding

degradation

degradation

inactivation

activation

The mathematical model

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G1

S/M

Simulation of the budding yeast cell cycle

mass

CKI

Cln2

Clb2

Cdh1

Cdc20

Time (min)

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These are the “brutes”

Kathy Chen

Laurence Calzone

30 equations

100 parameters

fitted by brute force

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“With four parameters

I can fit an elephant…”

Is the model yeast-shaped?

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k1 = 0.0013, v2’ = 0.001, v2” = 0.17,

k3’ = 0.02, k3” = 0.85, k4’ = 0.01, k4” = 0.9,

J3 = 0.01, J4 = 0.01, k9 = 0.38, k10 = 0.2,

k5’ = 0.005, k5” = 2.4, J5 = 0.5, k6 = 0.33,

k7 = 2.2, J7 = 0.05, k8 = 0.2, J8 = 0.05,

Parameter values

Differential equations

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Cdk

Cln

CKI

CKI

+APC

Cdh1

+APC

Cdk

Cdc20

Cln

Cdk

CycB

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Cdc14

Cln2

Mutual antagonism and bistability...

Cdk

CycB

CKI

Cdh1

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Start

Finish

A/B

Cdc14

Cln2

time

S/G2/M

Clb2/Cdk

activity

G1

A + Cln2

B+Cdc14

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From molecular networks to cell physiology…

1.0

0.8

MPF

0.6

0.4

0.2

0

0

10

20

30

time (min)

differential equations

simulation & analysis

Wee1

P

Wee1

P

Cdc2

Cdc2

CycB

CycB

Cdc25

P

G2/M

Cdc25

???

molecules

physiology

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Our thanks to...

National Science Foundation (USA)

National Science Foundation (Hungary)

National Institutes of Health

James S. McDonnell Foundation

Defense Advanced Research Project Agency

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