Lecture90.10revised

Lecture90.10revised - GAP b) Increasing GTP hydrolysis by...

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Lectures 9,10
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Enzyme-Linked Receptors
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Enzyme-Linked Receptors Receptor guanyl cyclases Receptor tyrosine kinases* Tyrosine kinase associated receptors Receptorlike tyrosine phosphatases Receptor serine/threonine kinases Histidine- kinase associated receptors
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Nitric Oxide and Vasodilation
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Tyrosine Kinase Receptor Subfamilies
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Cross-linking Enzyme-linked Receptors
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Cross-linking Enzyme-linked Receptors
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Signaling Protein Docking on an Activated Receptor Tyrosine Kinase
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Binding of Signaling Proteins to an Activated PDGF Receptor
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Regulation of Ras Activity
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Ras is an oncogene involved in certain types of cancer in humans and animals. How can the activity of Ras be enhanced? a) Increasing the activity of GEF and decreasing the activity of
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Unformatted text preview: GAP b) Increasing GTP hydrolysis by increasing the activity of GAP c) Increasing the activity of a G protein and activating tyrosine kinase receptors d) Increasing the activity of GTP and decreasing cAMP production Activation of Ras MAP-kinase pathway Activation of MAP-kinase via G-protein or Enzyme-Linked Receptors Drosophila eye Sev and Boss in the Development of R7 Ephrin Signaling Involves Rho Binding of Signaling Proteins to an Activated PDGF Receptor PI3-kinase Catalyzed Reactions PI-3 kinase linked signaling Parallel Pathways for Signaling P-I 3- kinase Pathway and Cell Survival Activation of mTor Major Signaling Pathways Relevant to Cancer...
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