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About this product
- PublisherSpringer-Verlag New York Inc.
- Date of Publication15/04/2013
- GenreLife Sciences: General
- Place of PublicationNew York, NY
- Country of PublicationUnited States
- ImprintSpringer-Verlag New York Inc.
- Content Note171 black & white illustrations, biography
- Weight640 g
- Width178 mm
- Height254 mm
- Spine18 mm
- Edited byDemetrios A. Spandidos
- Edition StatementSoftcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1989
- Table Of ContentsStructure and Organization of the ras Gene Family, in Human.- Transcriptional Regulatory Sequences in the H-ras1 Gene.- Mutational Activation of Human ras Genes.- Early Detection of ras Oncogenes Activated by Chemical Carcinogentreatment.- Ras Mutations in Primary Myelodysplasia and in Patients Following Cytotoxic Therapy.- High Frequency of ras Oncogene Activation in Benign and Malignant Human Thyroid Tumours.- Alterations of C-Ha-ras Gene are Associated with c-myc Activation in Human Cervical Cancers.- Human Thyroid Neoplasms Express ras p21 Protein at High Levels.- Detection of Mutations in the H-ras Proto-Oncogene in Liver Tumours of the CF1 Mouse.- Analysis of Hras1-Associated Polymorphisms and Segregation of Taq1-Defined Alleles in Different Human Tumors.- DNA Methylation of the Human Hras1 Gene.- Structure of the Drosophila ras2 Bidirectional Promoter.- The rap Proteins : GTP Binding Proteins Related to p21 ras with a Possible Reversion Effect on ras Transformed Cells.- Suppression of Temperature-Sensitive RAS in S.cerevisiae by a Putative Protein Kinase.- The Function of the Mammalian ras Proteins.- Ras Proteins as Potential Activators of Protein Kinase C Function.- Novel Phosphorylation of ras p21 and Mutational Studies.- The Role of p21ras in Proliferative Signal Transduction.- Characterization of ras Proteins Produced at High Levels in the Baculovirus Expression System.- Phenotypic and Cytogenetic Alterations in Human Skin Keratinocytes after Transfection with the Cellular Harvey-ras (c-Ha-ras) Oncogene.- Regulation of Cell Death by ras and myc Oncogenes.- Ras-Induced Phenotypic Changes in Human Fibroblasts.- Suppression of ras Oncogene Expression Using Sequence Specific Oligodeoxynucleotides.- Expression of ras, myc and fos Oncogenes During the DMSO-Induced Detransformation of a Colon Carcinoma Line (HT29).- The ras Oncogene and Myogenic Commitment and Differentiation.- Tumorigenic Conversion of in vivo Differentiation Competent Mammary Cells by Introduction and Expression of ras or mil(raf) but not myc.- Activation of the Human c-Ha-ras-1 Gene by Chemical Carcinogens in vitro.- Activation of ras Oncogenes During Colonic Carcinogenesis: Detection by the Polymerase Chain Reaction.- Post-Translational Modification of ras Proteins: Palmitoylation and Phosphorylation of Yeast ras Proteins.- Molecular Interactions of p21.- Ras-Transformed Cells Contain Microtubules Rich in Modified ?-Tubulin in Their Trailing Edges.- Glutathione S-Transferase/ras Fusion Protein: A Tool for Affinity Chromatography of ras Associated Proteins.- Aristolochic Acid I Induced Tumors in Wistar Rats Contain Activating Mutations in Codon 61 of the H-ras Protooncogene.- ?-Adrenoceptor is Required for Activation of Avian Erythrocyte GS by Guanine Nucleotides.- Expression of ras Oncogene in Xenopus laevis.- An Appraisal of Four Monoclonal Antibodies Used in the Immunohistochemical Detection of ras p21.- Identification of a Protein Interacting with ras-p21- by Chemical Cross-Linking.- Isolation and Partial Characterization of a New Gene (br1) Belonging to the Superfamily of the Small GTP-Binding Proteins.- Structural Investigations on the G-Binding Domain of p21.- Molecular Biology of GAP and its Interaction with Oncogenic ras p21.- The Cooperation between Viral ras Genes and Different Immortalizing Genes Induces the Transformation of Rat Thyroid Epithelial Cells.
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