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Cooperation between Noncanonical Ras Network Mutations in Cancer

bioRxiv

May 6, 2014

Edward C StitesKodi S Ravichandran

Abstract

Cancer develops after the acquisition of a collection of mutations that together create the ‘cancer phenotype’. How collections of mutations work together within a cell, and whether there is selection for certain combinations of mutations, are not well understood. Using a Ras signaling ...read more

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Ras Signaling Pathway
Biochemical Pathway
Orientation (spatial)
Mutation Abnormality
Tumor Cells, Malignant
Signal Transduction
Mutagenesis Procedure
Genomic DNA
Malignant Neoplasms
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Cooperation between Noncanonical Ras Network Mutations in Cancer

bioRxiv

May 6, 2014

Edward C StitesKodi S Ravichandran

PMID: 990004846

DOI: 10.1101/004846

Abstract

Cancer develops after the acquisition of a collection of mutations that together create the ‘cancer phenotype’. How collections of mutations work together within a cell, and whether there is selection for certain combinations of mutations, are not well understood. Using a Ras signaling ...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Ras Signaling Pathway
Biochemical Pathway
Orientation (spatial)
Mutation Abnormality
Tumor Cells, Malignant
Signal Transduction
Mutagenesis Procedure
Genomic DNA
Malignant Neoplasms
deoxy(thymidylyl-cytidylyl-guanylyl-adenylic acid)
4
20

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