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The cell division cycle 25 (CDC25) family of proteins are highly conserved dual specificity phosphatases that activate cyclin-dependent kinase (CDK) complexes, which in turn regulate progression through the cell division cycle. CDC25C (cell division cycle 25 homolog C) is one of the 3 isoforms of CDC25 in mammalian cells. It is present in the cytoplasm of asynchronously growing human cells (PMID:10330186). And it may be phosphorylated by its own substrate, an active cdc2-cyclin B complex, to create an autoactivation loop (PMID:7937793). It can be hyperphosphorylated to get the active form of 70 kDa (PMID:18296513). CDC25C has some isofroms with molecular mass of 46-53 kDa.