How is Cdc6 only synthesized at G1?

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Cdc6 is one of the proteins that control when the cell is going to divide. It is in high concentration at the end of mitosis and beginning of G1 and it's destroyed after the S starts. My question is, how is that made? How is the protein synthesized only in G1 and how is it destroyed afterwards and it not formed until the next G1.
 

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