Published in Cancer Weekly, September 16th, 2003
"Although activated forms of Ras are frequently associated with oncogenesis, they may also provoke growth-antagonistic effects. These include senescence, cell cycle arrest, differentiation, and apoptosis," wrote M.D. Vos and colleagues, NCI, Department of Cell & Cancer Biology.
"The mechanisms that underlie these growth-inhibitory activities are relatively poorly understood. Recently, two...
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