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    1. Malaney, S; Daly, RJ
      The Ras signaling pathway in mammary tumorigenesis and metastasis

      JOURNAL OF MAMMARY GLAND BIOLOGY AND NEOPLASIA
    2. Saitoh, S; Arudchandran, R; Manetz, TS; Zhang, WG; Sommers, CL; Love, PE; Rivera, J; Samelson, LE
      LAT is essential for Fc epsilon RI-mediated mast cell activation

      IMMUNITY
    3. Salojin, KV; Zhang, J; Meagher, C; Delovitch, TL
      ZAP-70 is essential for the T cell antigen receptor-induced plasma membrane targeting of SOS and Vav in T cells

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    4. Scholler, JK; Perez-Villar, JJ; O'Day, K; Kanner, SB
      Engagement of the T lymphocyte antigen receptor regulates association of son-of-sevenless homologues with the SH3 domain of phospholipase C gamma 1

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF IMMUNOLOGY
    5. Wunderlich, L; Goher, A; Farago, A; Downward, J; Buday, L
      Requirement of multiple SH3 domains of Nck for ligand binding

      CELLULAR SIGNALLING
    6. Tridandapani, S; Phee, H; Shivakumar, L; Kelley, TW; Coggeshall, KM
      Role of SHIP in Fc gamma RIIb-mediated inhibition of Ras activation in B cells

      MOLECULAR IMMUNOLOGY
    7. PARK RK; KYONO WT; LIU YB; DURDEN DL
      CBL-GRB2 INTERACTION IN MYELOID IMMUNORECEPTOR TYROSINE ACTIVATION MOTIF SIGNALING

      The Journal of immunology
    8. GUHA A; FELDKAMP MM; LAU N; BOSS G; PAWSON A
      PROLIFERATION OF HUMAN-MALIGNANT ASTROCYTOMAS IS DEPENDENT ON RAS ACTIVATION

      Oncogene
    9. KORETZKY GA
      THE ROLE OF GRB2-ASSOCIATED PROTEINS IN T-CELL ACTIVATION

      Immunology today
    10. ZHANG C; HIRASAWA N; BEAVEN MA
      ANTIGEN ACTIVATION OF MITOGEN-ACTIVATED PROTEIN-KINASE IN MAST-CELLS THROUGH PROTEIN-KINASE C-DEPENDENT AND INDEPENDENT PATHWAYS

      The Journal of immunology
    11. CALVO CR; AMSEN D; KRUISBEEK AM
      CYTOTOXIC T-LYMPHOCYTE ANTIGEN-4 (CTLA-4) INTERFERES WITH EXTRACELLULAR SIGNAL-REGULATED KINASE (ERK) AND JUN NH4-TERMINAL KINASE (JNK) ACTIVATION, BUT DOES NOT AFFECT PHOSPHORYLATION OF T-CELL RECEPTOR-ZETA AND ZAP70

      The Journal of experimental medicine
    12. ZHAO H; LI YY; FUCINI RV; ROSS SE; PESSIN JE; KORETZKY GA
      T-CELL RECEPTOR-INDUCED PHOSPHORYLATION OF SOS REQUIRES ACTIVITY OF CD45, LCK, AND PROTEIN-KINASE-C, BUT NOT EPK

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    13. TRUB T; FRANTZ JD; MIYAZAKI M; BAND H; SHOELSON SE
      THE ROLE OF A LYMPHOID-RESTRICTED, GRB2-LIKE SH3-SH2-SH3 PROTEIN IN T-CELL RECEPTOR SIGNALING

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    14. ODAI H; SASAKI K; IWAMATSU A; NAKAMOTO T; UENO H; YAMAGATA T; MITANI K; YAZAKI Y; HIRAI H
      PURIFICATION AND MOLECULAR-CLONING OF SH2-CONTAINING AND SH3-CONTAINING INOSITOL POLYPHOSPHATE-5-PHOSPHATASE, WHICH IS INVOLVED IN THE SIGNALING PATHWAY OF GRANULOCYTE-MACROPHAGE COLONY-STIMULATING FACTOR, ERYTHROPOIETIN, AND BCR-ABL

      Blood
    15. MILIA E; DISOMMA MM; BALDONI F; CHIARI R; LANFRANCONE L; PELICCI PG; TELFORD JL; BALDARI CT
      THE AMINOTERMINAL PHOSPHOTYROSINE BINDING DOMAIN OF SHC ASSOCIATES WITH ZAP-70 AND MEDIATES TCR DEPENDENT GENE ACTIVATION

      Oncogene
    16. BYRNE JL; PATERSON HF; MARSHALL CJ
      P21RAS ACTIVATION BY THE GUANINE-NUCLEOTIDE EXCHANGE FACTOR SOS, REQUIRES THE SOS GRB2 INTERACTION AND A 2ND LIGAND-DEPENDENT SIGNAL INVOLVING THE SOS N-TERMINUS/

      Oncogene
    17. PARKER J; MUFTI GJ
      RAS AND MYELODYSPLASIA - LESSONS FROM THE LAST DECADE

      Seminars in hematology
    18. ZHANG J; LAUTAR S
      A YEAST 3-HYBRID METHOD TO CLONE TERNARY PROTEIN COMPLEX COMPONENTS

      Analytical biochemistry
    19. FIXMAN ED; NAUJOKAS MA; RODRIGUES GA; MORAN MF; PARK M
      EFFICIENT CELL-TRANSFORMATION BY THE TPR-MET ONCOPROTEIN IS DEPENDENTUPON TYROSINE-489 IN THE CARBOXY-TERMINUS

      Oncogene
    20. WANG XJ; GREENHALGH DA; LU XR; BICKENBACH JR; ROOP DR
      TGF-ALPHA AND V-FOS COOPERATION IN TRANSGENIC MOUSE EPIDERMIS INDUCESABERRANT KERATINOCYTE DIFFERENTIATION AND STABLE, AUTONOMOUS PAPILLOMAS

      Oncogene
    21. SHOU CC; WURMSER A; LING K; BARBACID M; FEIG LA
      DIFFERENTIAL RESPONSE OF THE RAS EXCHANGE FACTOR, RAS-GRF TO TYROSINEKINASE AND G-PROTEIN MEDIATED SIGNALS

      Oncogene
    22. ROTTAPEL R; TURCK CW; CASTERAN N; LIU XG; BIRNBAUM D; PAWSON T; DUBREUIL P
      SUBSTRATE SPECIFICITIES AND IDENTIFICATION OF A PUTATIVE BINDING-SITEFOR PI3K IN THE CARBOXY TAIL OF THE MURINE FLT3 RECEPTOR TYROSINE KINASE

      Oncogene
    23. BASU T; WARNE PH; DOWNWARD J
      ROLE OF SHC IN THE ACTIVATION OF RAS IN RESPONSE TO EPIDERMAL GROWTH-FACTOR AND NERVE GROWTH-FACTOR

      Oncogene
    24. SALCINI AE; MCGLADE J; PELICCI G; NICOLETTI I; PAWSON T; PELICCI PG
      FORMATION OF SHC-GRB2 COMPLEXES IS NECESSARY TO INDUCE NEOPLASTIC TRANSFORMATION BY OVEREXPRESSION OF SHC PROTEINS

      Oncogene
    25. PAWSON T
      REGULATION OF THE RAS SIGNALING PATHWAY BY PROTEIN-TYROSINE

      Biochemical Society transactions
    26. MATSUDA M; HASHIMOTO Y; MUROYA K; HASEGAWA H; KURATA T; TANAKA S; NAKAMURA S; HATTORI S
      CRK PROTEIN BINDS TO 2 GUANINE NUCLEOTIDE-RELEASING PROTEINS FOR THE RAS FAMILY AND MODULATES NERVE GROWTH FACTOR-INDUCED ACTIVATION OF RASIN PC12 CELLS

      Molecular and cellular biology
    27. MATTINGLY RR; SORISKY A; BRANN MR; MACARA IG
      MUSCARINIC RECEPTORS TRANSFORM NIH 3T3 CELLS THROUGH A RAS-DEPENDENT SIGNALING PATHWAY INHIBITED BY THE RAS-GTPASE-ACTIVATING PROTEIN SH3 DOMAIN

      Molecular and cellular biology
    28. PRIGENT SA; GULLICK WJ
      IDENTIFICATION OF C-ERBB-3 BINDING-SITES FOR PHOSPHATIDYLINOSITOL 3'-KINASE AND SHC USING AN EGF RECEPTOR C-ERBB-3 CHIMERA

      EMBO journal
    29. MUSACCHIO A; WILMANNS M; SARASTE M
      STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION OF THE SH3 DOMAIN

      Progress in Biophysics and Molecular Biology
    30. KNUDSEN BS; FELLER SM; HANAFUSA H
      4 PROLINE-RICH SEQUENCES OF THE GUANINE-NUCLEOTIDE EXCHANGE FACTOR C3G BIND WITH UNIQUE SPECIFICITY TO THE FIRST SRC HOMOLOGY-3 DOMAIN OF CRK

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    31. LANGLOIS WJ; MEDH J; LEITNER JW; SASAOKA T; OLEFSKY JM; DRAZNIN B
      INSULIN AND EPIDERMAL GROWTH-FACTOR INFLUENCE GUANINE NUCLEOTIDE-RELEASING FACTOR BY DISTINCT MECHANISMS

      Endocrinology


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