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Ras Oncoprotein Processing and Carcinogenesis: Chemoprevention by Retinoic Acid (1993)

Title:

Ras Oncoprotein Processing and Carcinogenesis: Chemoprevention by Retinoic Acid

Key words:

p21 ras-oncogene, retinoic acid

Research Institution:

University Hospitals of Cleveland

Location:

Ohio

Researcher:

Rajesh Agarwal

Project Description:

The p21 ras-oncogene is thought to transform normal cells to cancerous cells. Dr. Agarwal examined the mechanisms involved and if or how retinoic acid affects the inhibition of a protein which in turn inhibits the p21 ras-oncogene.

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