Browsing by Subject "KRAS"

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  • Pershing, Nicole L. (2014)
    <p>The small GTPases <italic>HRAS, <italic>NRAS and <italic>KRAS are mutated in approximately one-third of all human cancers, rendering the proteins constitutively active and oncogenic. Lung cancer is the leading cause of ...
  • Lampson, Benjamin Logan (2012)
    <p>RAS is a small GTPase that helps to convert extracellular cues into intracellular actions. It is the most commonly mutated oncogene and is found in an active mutant form in 90% of pancreatic cancers. Therefore, study ...