RAS Family GTPases

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ISBN: 978-1-4020-4328-4 (Print) 978-1-4020-4708-4 (Online)

Table of contents (15 chapters)

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    Pages 1-14

    Ras Stories: The State of the Art

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    Pages 15-43

    Ras-Gefs and Ras Gaps

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    Pages 45-66

    Structural Principles of Ras Interaction with Regulators and Effectors

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    Pages 67-93

    RAS and the RAF/MEK/ERK Cascade

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    Pages 95-120

    Noncanonical Effector Targets Of Oncogenic Ras Proteins

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    Pages 121-142

    Effectors of Ras-Mediated Oncogenesis

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    Pages 143-167

    RHO Proteins in RAS Signaling and Transformation

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    Pages 169-198

    Global Effects of Ras Signaling on the Genetic Program in Mammalian Cells

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    Pages 199-225

    Ras Signaling in C. Elegans

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    Pages 227-256

    Ras Family G-Proteins in Saccharomyces Cerevisiae and Schizosaccharomyces Pombe

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    Pages 257-272

    Comparison of the Effects of Ras Effector Mutants and Ras Effectors on Transformed and Tumorigenic Growth of Human and Rodent Cells

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    Pages 273-293

    Genetically Engineered Mice Harboring RAS Mutations as Models of Human Cancer: in Medias RAS

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    Pages 295-339

    Ras Family Proteins

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    Pages 341-352

    κB-RAS: A Small Gtpase That Influences NF-κB Signaling

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    Pages 353-380

    Anti-Ras Strategies for Cancer Treatment