Interactions between wild-type and mutant Ras genes in lung and skin carcinogenesis
- Author(s): Balmain, Allan
- To, MD
- Rosario, RD
- Westcott, PMK
- Banta, KL
- et al.
Published Web Locationhttp://europepmc.org/articles/PMC3515692?pdf=render
Ras oncogenes (Hras, Kras and Nras) are important drivers of carcinogenesis. However, tumors with Ras mutations often show loss of the corresponding wild-type (WT) allele, suggesting that proto-oncogenic forms of Ras can function as a suppressor of carcino
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