Cell Cycle Content Meeting follow-up xx xxx 2013

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Cell Cycle Content Meeting follow-up XX XXXX 2013

negative regulation of checkpoint

The only *known* negative regulation so far is DNA damage checkpoint https://sourceforge.net/tracker/?func=detail&aid=3608141&group_id=36855&atid=440764 a suggestion, should we obsolete the other terms, they could be re-instated if this type of regulation is found to exist? Response from Jane : I actually just added these regulation terms so I could merge 'regulation of G1/S transition checkpoint' etc into them (if you remember we decided to do away with the checkpoints classified only by the phase).So I don't have specific examples - we could add this to the obsolete list but perhaps we want to run it by the experts? Are the other regulation of checkpoints terms valid (i.e. regulation and positive regulation?) Further question from Val : We have only decribed detection, and the signalling pathway. I am not sure how "positive regulation " would fit in here....I'm not sure that this is needed (unless it is detection).....D/T what do you think?