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    1. Adjei, AA
      Ras signaling pathway proteins as therapeutic targets

      CURRENT PHARMACEUTICAL DESIGN
    2. De molina, AR; Rodriguez-Gonzalez, A; Lacal, JC
      Targeting new anticancer drugs within signalling pathways regulated by theRas GTPase superfamily (Review)

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ONCOLOGY
    3. Ehrhardt, GRA; Korherr, C; Wieler, JS; Knaus, M; Schrader, JW
      A novel potential effector of M-Ras and p21 Ras negatively regulates p21 Ras-mediated gene induction and cell growth

      ONCOGENE
    4. Rosario, M; Paterson, HF; Marshall, CJ
      Activation of the Ral and phosphatidylinositol 3 ' kinase signaling pathways by the ras-related protein TC21

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    5. Aznar, S; Lacal, JC
      Searching new targets for anticancer drug design: The families of Ras and Rho GTPases and their effectors

      PROGRESS IN NUCLEIC ACID RESEARCH AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY, VOL 67
    6. Barbieri, MA; Gumusboga, A; Roberts, RL; Stahl, PD
      Measurement of Rab5 protein kinase B/akt and regulation of Ras-activated endocytosis

      REGULATORS AND EFFECTORS OF SMALL GTPASES, PT E
    7. Self, AJ; Caron, E; Paterson, HF; Hall, A
      Analysis of R-Ras signalling pathways

      JOURNAL OF CELL SCIENCE
    8. Oertli, B; Han, J; Marte, BM; Sethi, T; Downward, J; Ginsberg, M; Hughes, PE
      The effector loop and prenylation site of R-Ras are involved in the regulation of integrin function

      ONCOGENE
    9. Zheng, QP; Yu, L; Zhao, Y; Zhang, HL; Fu, Q; Mao, NH; Hu, PR; Geng, ZC; Zhao, SY
      Structure characterization of human RalGDS gene, and the identification ofits novel variant

      MOLECULAR BIOLOGY REPORTS
    10. Missero, C; Pirro, MT; Di Lauro, R
      Multiple Ras downstream pathways mediate functional repression of the homeobox gene product TTF-1

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    11. Lu, ZM; Hornia, A; Joseph, T; Sukezane, T; Frankel, P; Zhong, MH; Bychenok, S; Xu, LZ; Feig, LA; Foster, DA
      Phospholipase D and RalA cooperate with the epidermal growth factor receptor to transform 3Y1 rat fibroblasts

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    12. Peyssonnaux, C; Provot, S; Felder-Schmittbuhl, MP; Calothy, G; Eychene, A
      Induction of postmitotic neuroretina cell proliferation by distinct Ras downstream signaling pathways

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    13. Sood, R; Makalowska, I; Carpten, JD; Robbins, CM; Stephan, DA; Connors, TD; Morgenbesser, SD; Su, K; Pinkett, HW; Graham, CL; Quesenberry, MI; Baxevanis, AD; Klinger, KW; Trent, JM; Bonner, TI
      The human RGL (RalGDS-like) gene: cloning, expression analysis and genomicorganization

      BIOCHIMICA ET BIOPHYSICA ACTA-GENE STRUCTURE AND EXPRESSION
    14. van der Voort, R; Taher, TEI; Derksen, PWB; Spaargaren, M; van der Neut, R; Pals, ST
      The hepatocyte growth factor/Met pathway in development, tumorigenesis, and B-cell differentiation

      ADVANCES IN CANCER RESEARCH, VOL 79
    15. Jullien-Flores, V; Mahe, Y; Mirey, G; Leprince, C; Meunier-Bisceuil, B; Sorkin, A; Camonis, JH
      RLIP76, an effector of the GTPase Ral, interacts with the AP2 complex: involvement of the Ral pathway in receptor endocytosis

      JOURNAL OF CELL SCIENCE
    16. Shao, HP; Andres, DA
      A novel RalGEF-like protein, RGL3, as a candidate effector for Rit and Ras

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    17. Wolfman, JC; Wolfman, A
      Endogenous c-N-Ras provides a steady-state anti-apoptotic signal

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    18. Matsubara, K; Kishida, S; Matsuura, Y; Kitayama, H; Noda, M; Kikuchi, A
      Plasma membrane recruitment of RalGDS is critical for Ras-dependent Ral activation

      ONCOGENE
    19. Morinaka, K; Koyama, S; Nakashima, S; Hinoi, T; Okawa, K; Iwamatsu, A; Kikuchi, A
      Epsin binds to the EH domain of POB1 and regulates receptor-mediated endocytosis

      ONCOGENE
    20. Graham, SM; Oldham, SM; Martin, CB; Drugan, JK; Zohn, IE; Campbell, S; Der, CJ
      TC21 and Ras share indistinguishable transforming and differentiating activities

      ONCOGENE
    21. Sawamoto, K; Yamada, C; Kishida, S; Hirota, Y; Taguchi, A; Kikuchi, A; Okano, H
      Ectopic expression of constitutively activated Ral GTPase inhibits cell shape changes during Drosophila eye development

      ONCOGENE
    22. Plattner, R; Gupta, S; Khosravi-Far, R; Sato, KY; Perucho, M; Der, CJ; Stanbridge, EJ
      Differential contribution of the ERK and JNK mitogen-activated protein kinase cascades to Ras transformation of HT1080 fibrosarcoma and DLD-1 colon carcinoma cells

      ONCOGENE
    23. de Gunzburg, J
      Proteins of the Ras pathway as novel potential anticancer therapeutic targets

      CELL BIOLOGY AND TOXICOLOGY
    24. de Leeuw, HPJC; Wijers-Koster, PM; van Mourik, JA; Voorberg, J
      Small GTP-binding protein RalA associates with Weibel-Palade bodies in endothelial cells

      THROMBOSIS AND HAEMOSTASIS
    25. Osada, M; Tolkacheva, T; Li, WQ; Chan, TO; Tsichlis, PN; Saez, R; Kimmelman, AC; Chan, AML
      Differential roles of Akt, Rac, and Ral in R-Ras-mediated cellular transformation, adhesion, and survival

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    26. Treinies, I; Paterson, HF; Hooper, S; Wilson, R; Marshall, CJ
      Activated MEK stimulates expression of AP-1 components independently of phosphatidylinositol 3-kinase (PI3-kinase) but requires a PI3-kinase signal to stimulate DNA synthesis

      MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR BIOLOGY
    27. Terada, T; Ito, Y; Shirouzu, M; Tateno, M; Hashimoto, K; Kigawa, T; Ebisuzaki, T; Takio, K; Shibata, T; Yokoyama, S; Smith, BO; Laue, ED; Cooper, JA
      Nuclear magnetic resonance and molecular dynamics studies on the interactions of the Ras-binding domain of Raf-1 with wild-type and mutant Ras proteins

      JOURNAL OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    28. Quaroni, A; Paul, ECA
      Cytocentrin is a Ral-binding protein involved in the assembly and functionof the mitotic apparatus

      JOURNAL OF CELL SCIENCE
    29. Sawamoto, K; Winge, P; Koyama, S; Hirota, Y; Yamada, C; Miyao, S; Yoshikawa, S; Jin, MH; Kikuchi, A; Okano, H
      The Drosophila Ral GTPase regulates developmental cell shape changes through the jun NH2-terminal kinase pathway

      JOURNAL OF CELL BIOLOGY
    30. M'Rabet, L; Coffer, PJ; Wolthuis, RMF; Zwartkruis, P; Koenderman, L; Bos, JL
      Differential fMet-Leu-Phe- and platelet-activating factor-induced signaling toward Ral activation in primary human neutrophils

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    31. Bauer, B; Mirey, G; Vetter, IR; Garcia-Ranea, JA; Valencia, A; Wittinghofer, A; Camonis, JH; Cool, RH
      Effector recognition by the small GTP-binding proteins Ras and Ral

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    32. Strobeck, MW; Okuda, M; Yamaguchi, H; Schwartz, A; Fukasawa, K
      Morphological transformation induced by activation of the mitogen-activated protein kinase pathway requires suppression of the T-type Ca2+ channel

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    33. Hu, CD; Kariya, K; Okada, T; Qi, XD; Song, CH; Kataoka, T
      Effect of phosphorylation on activities of Rap1A to interact with Raf-1 and to suppress Ras-dependent Raf-1 activation

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    34. Vetter, IR; Linnemann, T; Wohlgemuth, S; Geyer, M; Kalbitzer, HR; Herrmann, C; Wittinghofer, A
      Structural and biochemical analysis of Ras-effector signaling via RalGDS

      FEBS LETTERS
    35. Shirouzu, M; Hashimoto, K; Kikuchi, A; Yokoyama, S
      Double-mutant analysis of the interaction of Ras with the Ras-binding domain of RGL

      BIOCHEMISTRY
    36. Yamamoto, T; Harada, N; Kawano, Y; Taya, S; Kaibuchi, K
      In vivo interaction of AF-6 with activated Ras and ZO-1

      BIOCHEMICAL AND BIOPHYSICAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS
    37. HUANG L; HOFER F; MARTIN GS; KIM SH
      STRUCTURAL BASIS FOR THE INTERACTION OF RAS WITH RAIGDS

      Nature structural biology
    38. WOLTHUIS RMF; ZWARTKRUIS F; MOEN TC; BOS JL
      RAS-DEPENDENT ACTIVATION OF THE SMALL GTPASE RAL

      Current biology
    39. HOFER F; BERDEAUX R; MARTIN GS
      RAS-INDEPENDENT ACTIVATION OF RAL BY A CA2-DEPENDENT PATHWAY()

      Current biology
    40. DENOUELGALY A; DOUVILLE EM; WARNE PH; PAPIN C; LAUGIER D; CALOTHY G; DOWNWARD J; EYCHENE A
      MURINE KSR INTERACTS WITH MEK AND INHIBITS RAS-INDUCED TRANSFORMATION

      Current biology
    41. MATSUGUCHI T; KRAFT AS
      REGULATION OF MYELOID CELL-GROWTH BY DISTINCT EFFECTORS OF RAS

      Oncogene
    42. CAMPBELL SL; KHOSRAVIFAR R; ROSSMAN KL; CLARK GJ; DER CJ
      INCREASING COMPLEXITY OF RAS SIGNALING

      Oncogene
    43. OLDHAM SM; COX AD; REYNOLDS ER; SIZEMORE NS; COFFEY RJ; DER CJ
      RAS, BUT NOT SRC, TRANSFORMATION OF RIE-1 EPITHELIAL-CELLS IS DEPENDENT ON ACTIVATION OF THE MITOGEN-ACTIVATED PROTEIN-KINASE CASCADE

      Oncogene
    44. HAMILTON M; WOLFMAN A
      HA-RAS AND N-RAS REGULATE MAPK ACTIVITY BY DISTINCT MECHANISMS IN-VIVO

      Oncogene
    45. MILLER MJ; RIOUX L; PRENDERGAST GV; CANNON S; WHITE MA; MEINKOTH JL
      DIFFERENTIAL-EFFECTS OF PROTEIN-KINASE-A ON RAS EFFECTOR PATHWAYS

      Molecular and cellular biology
    46. WOLTHUIS RMF; FRANKE B; VANTRIEST M; BAUER B; COOL RH; CAMONIS JH; AKKERMAN JWN; BOS JL
      ACTIVATION OF THE SMALL GTPASE RAL IN PLATELETS

      Molecular and cellular biology
    47. Bos, JL
      All in the family? New insights and questions regarding interconnectivity of Ras, Rap1 and Ral

      EMBO JOURNAL
    48. IKEDA M; ISHIDA O; HINOI T; KISHIDA S; KIKUCHI A
      IDENTIFICATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF A NOVEL PROTEIN INTERACTING WITH RAL-BINDING PROTEIN-1, A PUTATIVE EFFECTOR PROTEIN OF RAL

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    49. OHNISHI M; YAMAWAKIKATAOKA Y; KARIYA K; TAMADA M; HU CD; KATAOKA T
      SELECTIVE-INHIBITION OF RAS INTERACTION WITH ITS PARTICULAR EFFECTOR BY SYNTHETIC PEPTIDES CORRESPONDING TO THE RAS EFFECTOR REGION

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    50. SHIROUZU M; MORINAKA K; KOYAMA S; HU CD; HORITAMURA N; OKADA T; KARIYA K; KATAOKA T; KIKUCHI A; YOKOYAMA S
      INTERACTIONS OF THE AMINO-ACID RESIDUE AT POSITION-31 OF THE C-HA-RASPROTEIN WITH RAF-1 AND RALGDS

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    51. JANOUEIXLEROSEY I; PASHEVA E; DETAND MF; TAVITIAN A; DEGUNZBURG J
      IDENTIFICATION OF A SPECIFIC EFFECTOR OF THE SMALL GTP-BINDING PROTEIN RAP2

      European journal of biochemistry
    52. BYRNE JL; MARSHALL CJ
      THE MOLECULAR PATHOPHYSIOLOGY OF MYELOID LEUKEMIAS - RAS REVISITED

      British Journal of Haematology
    53. GEYER M; HERRMANN C; WOHLGEMUTH S; WITTINGHOFER A; KALBITZER HR
      STRUCTURE OF THE RAS-BINDING DOMAIN OF RALGEF AND IMPLICATIONS FOR RAS BINDING AND SIGNALING

      Nature structural biology
    54. HUANG L; WENG XW; HOFER F; MARTIN GS; KIM SH
      3-DIMENSIONAL STRUCTURE OF THE RAS-INTERACTING DOMAIN OF RALGDS

      Nature structural biology
    55. KATZ ME; MCCORMICK F
      SIGNAL-TRANSDUCTION FROM MULTIPLE RAS EFFECTORS

      Current opinion in genetics & development
    56. KINOSHITA T; SHIROUZU M; KAMIYA A; HASHIMOTO K; YOKOYAMA S; MIYAJIMA A
      RAF MAPK AND RAPAMYCIN-SENSITIVE PATHWAYS MEDIATE THE ANTI-APOPTOTIC FUNCTION OF P21RAS IN IL3-DEPENDENT HEMATOPOIETIC-CELLS/

      Oncogene
    57. KIMMELMAN A; TOLKACHEVA T; LORENZI MV; OSADA M; CHAN AML
      IDENTIFICATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF R-RAS3 - A NOVEL MEMBER OF THERAS GENE FAMILY WITH A NON-UBIQUITOUS PATTERN OF TISSUE DISTRIBUTION

      Oncogene
    58. WEYMAN CM; RAMOCKI MB; TAPAROWSKY EJ; WOLTMAN A
      DISTINCT SIGNALING PATHWAYS REGULATE TRANSFORMATION AND INHIBITION OFSKELETAL-MUSCLE DIFFERENTIATION BY ONCOGENIC RAS

      Oncogene
    59. DADAMO DR; NOVICK S; KAHN JM; LEONARDI P; PELLICER A
      RSC - A NOVEL ONCOGENE WITH STRUCTURAL AND FUNCTIONAL HOMOLOGY WITH THE GENE FAMILY OF EXCHANGE FACTORS FOR RAL

      Oncogene
    60. BERANGER F; ARESTA S; DEGUNZBURG J; CAMONIS J
      GETTING MORE FROM THE 2-HYBRID SYSTEM - N-TERMINAL FUSIONS TO LEXA ARE EFFICIENT AND SENSITIVE BAITS FOR 2-HYBRID STUDIES

      Nucleic acids research
    61. BOS JL
      RAS-LIKE GTPASES

      Biochimica et biophysica acta, CR. Reviews on cancer
    62. STANG S; BOTTORFF D; STONE JC
      INTERACTION OF ACTIVATED RAS WITH RAF-1 ALONE MAY BE SUFFICIENT FOR TRANSFORMATION OF RAT2 CELLS

      Molecular and cellular biology
    63. QIU RG; ABO A; MCCORMICK F; SYMONS M
      CDC42 REGULATES ANCHORAGE-INDEPENDENT GROWTH AND IS NECESSARY FOR RASTRANSFORMATION

      Molecular and cellular biology
    64. KHWAJA A; RODRIGUEZVICIANA P; WENNSTROM S; WARNE PH; DOWNWARD J
      MATRIX ADHESION AND RAS TRANSFORMATION BOTH ACTIVATE A PHOSPHOINOSITIDE 3-OH KINASE AND PROTEIN-KINASE B AKT CELLULAR-SURVIVAL PATHWAY/

      EMBO journal
    65. BOUSSIOTIS VA; FREEMAN GJ; BEREZOVSKAYA A; BARBER DL; NADLER LM
      MAINTENANCE OF HUMAN T-CELL ANERGY - BLOCKING OF IL-2 GENE-TRANSCRIPTION BY ACTIVATED RAP1

      Science
    66. KAUFFMANZEH A; RODRIGUEZVICIANA P; ULRICH E; GILBERT C; COFFER P; DOWNWARD J; EVAN G
      SUPPRESSION OF C-MYC-INDUCED APOPTOSIS BY RAS SIGNALING THROUGH PI(3)K AND PKB

      Nature
    67. HAN LM; WONG D; DHAKA A; AFAR D; WHITE M; XIE WL; HERSCHMAN H; WITTE O; COLICELLI J
      PROTEIN-BINDING AND SIGNALING PROPERTIES OF RIN1 SUGGEST A UNIQUE EFFECTOR FUNCTION

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    68. LEONARD DM
      RAS FARNESYLTRANSFERASE - A NEW THERAPEUTIC TARGET

      Journal of medicinal chemistry
    69. MILLER MJ; PRIGENT S; KUPPERMAN E; RIOUX L; PARK SH; FERAMISCO JR; WHITE MA; RUTKOWSKI JL; MEINKOTH JL
      RALGDS FUNCTIONS IN RAS-MEDIATED AND CAMP-MEDIATED GROWTH-STIMULATION

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    70. YAMAGUCHI A; URANO T; GOI T; FEIG LA
      AN EPS HOMOLOGY (EH) DOMAIN PROTEIN THAT BINDS TO THE RAL-GTPASE TARGET, RALBP1

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    71. WINKLER DG; JOHNSON JC; COOPER JA; VOJTEK AB
      IDENTIFICATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF MUTATIONS IN HA-RAS THAT SELECTIVELY DECREASE BINDING TO CRAF-1

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    72. CLARK GJ; WESTWICK JK; DER CJ
      P120 GAP MODULATES RAS ACTIVATION OF JUN KINASES AND TRANSFORMATION

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    73. BJORKOY G; PERANDER M; OVERVATN A; JOHANSEN T
      REVERSION OF RAS-HYDROLYZING AND PHOSPHATIDYLCHOLINE-HYDROLYZING PHOSPHOLIPASE C-MEDIATED TRANSFORMATION OF NIH 3T3 CELLS BY A DOMINANT INTERFERING MUTANT OF PROTEIN-KINASE-C-LAMBDA IS ACCOMPANIED BY THE LOSS OF CONSTITUTIVE NUCLEAR MITOGEN-ACTIVATED PROTEIN KINASE EXTRACELLULARSIGNAL-REGULATED KINASE-ACTIVITY/

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    74. LI GP; DSOUZASCHOREY C; BARBIERI MA; COOPER JA; STAHL PD
      UNCOUPLING OF MEMBRANE RUFFLING AND PINOCYTOSIS DURING RAS SIGNAL-TRANSDUCTION

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    75. CLARK GJ; KINCH MS; ROGERSGRAHAM K; SEBTI SM; HAMILTON AD; DER CJ
      THE RAS-RELATED PROTEIN RHEB IS FARNESYLATED AND ANTAGONIZES RAS SIGNALING AND TRANSFORMATION

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    76. MATSUBARA K; HINOI T; KOYAMA S; KIKUCHI A
      THE POSTTRANSLATIONAL MODIFICATIONS OF RAL AND RAC1 ARE IMPORTANT FORTHE ACTION OF RAL-BINDING PROTEIN-1, A PUTATIVE EFFECTOR PROTEIN OF RAL

      FEBS letters
    77. ITO Y; YAMASAKI K; IWAHARA J; TERADA T; KAMIYA A; SHIROUZU M; MUTO Y; KAWAI G; YOKOYAMA S; LAUE ED; WALCHLI M; SHIBATA T; NISHIMURA S; MIYAZAWA T
      REGIONAL POLYSTERISM IN THE GTP-BOUND FORM OF THE HUMAN C-HA-RAS PROTEIN

      Biochemistry
    78. LUO JQ; LIU X; HAMMOND SM; COLLEY WC; FEIG LA; FROHMAN MA; MORRIS AJ; FOSTER DA
      RALA INTERACTS DIRECTLY WITH THE ARF-RESPONSIVE, PIP2-DEPENDENT PHOSPHOLIPASE D1

      Biochemical and biophysical research communications
    79. NASSAR N; HORN G; HERRMANN C; BLOCK C; JANKNECHT R; WITTINGHOFER A
      RAS RAP EFFECTOR SPECIFICITY DETERMINED BY CHARGE REVERSAL/

      Nature structural biology
    80. PONTING CP; BENJAMIN DR
      A NOVEL FAMILY OF RAS-BINDING DOMAINS

      Trends in biochemical sciences
    81. FEIG LA; URANO T; CANTOR S
      EVIDENCE FOR A RAS RAL SIGNALING CASCADE

      Trends in biochemical sciences
    82. WOLTHUIS RMF; BAUER B; VANTVEER LJ; DEVRIESSMITS AMM; COOL RH; SPAARGAREN M; WITTINGHOFER A; BURGERING BMT; BOS JL
      RALGDS-LIKE FACTOR (RLF) IS A NOVEL RAS AND RAP 1A-ASSOCIATING PROTEIN

      Oncogene
    83. THERRIEN M; MICHAUD NR; RUBIN GM; MORRISON DK
      KSR MODULATES SIGNAL PROPAGATION WITHIN THE MAPK CASCADE

      Genes & development
    84. ISOMURA M; OKUI K; FUJIWARA T; SHIN S; NAKAMURA Y
      ISOLATION AND MAPPING OF RAB2L, A HUMAN CDNA THAT ENCODES A PROTEIN HOMOLOGOUS TO RAIGDS

      Cytogenetics and cell genetics
    85. BUCHSBAUM R; TELLIEZ JB; GOONESEKERA S; FEIG LA
      THE N-TERMINAL PLECKSTRIN, COILED-COIL, AND IQ DOMAINS OF THE EXCHANGE FACTOR RAS-GRF ACT COOPERATIVELY TO FACILITATE ACTIVATION BY CALCIUM

      Molecular and cellular biology
    86. KRAUTWALD S; BUSCHER D; KUMMER V; BUDER S; BACCARINI M
      INVOLVEMENT OF THE PROTEIN-TYROSINE-PHOSPHATASE SHP-1 IN RAS-MEDIATEDACTIVATION OF THE MITOGEN-ACTIVATED PROTEIN-KINASE PATHWAY

      Molecular and cellular biology
    87. GENOT E; CLEVERLEY S; HENNING S; CANTRELL D
      MULTIPLE P21RAS EFFECTOR PATHWAYS REGULATE NUCLEAR FACTOR OF ACTIVATED T-CELLS

      EMBO journal
    88. HERRMANN C; NASSAR N
      RAS AND ITS EFFECTORS

      Progress in Biophysics and Molecular Biology
    89. INGHAM RJ; KREBS DL; BARBAZUK SM; TURCK CW; HIRAI H; MATSUDA M; GOLD MR
      B-CELL ANTIGEN RECEPTOR SIGNALING INDUCES THE FORMATION OF COMPLEXES CONTAINING THE CRK ADAPTER PROTEINS

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    90. SUNG YJ; HWANG MCC; HWANG YW
      THE DOMINANT-NEGATIVE EFFECTS OF H-RAS HARBORING A GLY TO ALA MUTATION AT POSITION-60

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    91. FREEMAN JL; ABO A; LAMBETH JD
      RAC INSERT REGION IS A NOVEL EFFECTOR REGION THAT IS IMPLICATED IN THE ACTIVATION OF NADPH OXIDASE, BUT NOT PAK65

      The Journal of biological chemistry
    92. HWANG MCC; SUNG YJ; HWANG YW
      THE DIFFERENTIAL-EFFECTS OF THE GLY-60 TO ALA MUTATION ON THE INTERACTION OF H-RAS P21 WITH DIFFERENT DOWNSTREAM TARGETS

      The Journal of biological chemistry


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