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RAS Protein & Signal Transduction – Carcinogenesis

by Carlo Raj, MD
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    The lecture RAS Protein & Signal Transduction – Carcinogenesis by Carlo Raj, MD is from the course Cellular Pathology: Basic Principles.


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    1. Low GDP, high GTP
    2. Decreased RAS activity
    3. Increased GTPase activity
    4. Low GTP, high GDP
    5. G-proteins coupled to beta and gamma particles
    1. Increased quiescence of the cell
    2. Decreased or lost GTPase activity
    3. Decreased GAP activity
    4. Increased activation of the cell
    5. Increased G-protein cascade activation
    1. Activation of transcription in the nucleus
    2. Increased GDP
    3. Upregulation of RAF-1
    4. Decreased GTP
    5. Activation of growth factor receptors
    1. RAS would not be anchored in the membrane
    2. Growth factor would fail to bind to receptor
    3. MAP kinase pathway would not be able to enter the nucleus
    4. GDP would not be transformed back to GTP
    5. Beta and gamma particles would not be able to disassociated from the G protein complex
    1. 25-40%
    2. 5-10%
    3. 15-20%
    4. 60-75%
    5. 100%

    Author of lecture RAS Protein & Signal Transduction – Carcinogenesis

     Carlo Raj, MD

    Carlo Raj, MD


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