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Ras oncogenes

Author: Demetrios Spandidos; North Atlantic Treaty Organization. Scientific Affairs Division.
Publisher: New York : Springer Science+Business Media, [1989] ©1989
Series: NATO ASI series., Series A,, Life sciences ;, v. 170.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : Conference publication : EnglishView all editions and formats

Proceedings of the workshop held Nov. 1988. Ras genes constitute an important family among the fifty oncogenes which have been discovered so far, and they contribute significantly to the human tumor  Read more...


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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Conference papers and proceedings
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Ras Oncogenes (1988 : Athens, Greece).
Ras oncogenes
(DLC) 89008598
Material Type: Conference publication, Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Demetrios Spandidos; North Atlantic Treaty Organization. Scientific Affairs Division.
ISBN: 9781475712353 1475712359
OCLC Number: 862108761
Notes: "Proceedings of a NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Ras Oncogenes, held November 10-15, 1988, in Vouliagmeni, Athens, Greece"--Title page verso.
"Published in cooperation with NATO Scientific Affairs Division."
Description: 1 online resource (x, 323 pages) : illustrations.
Contents: Structure 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.
Series Title: NATO ASI series., Series A,, Life sciences ;, v. 170.
Responsibility: edited by Demetrios Spandidos, the Beatson Institute for Cancer Research, Glasgow, United Kingdom.


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