Transient reversion of ras oncogene-induced cell transformation by antibodies specific for amino acid 12 of ras protein View Full Text


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DATE

1985-04

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J R Feramisco, R Clark, G Wong, N Arnheim, R Milley, F McCormick

ABSTRACT

The proteins encoded by the ras oncogene are thought to trigger expression of the transformed phenotype in some types of cancer cells. In human cells, the ras protein family consists of several members including normal (proto-oncogene) and mutant (oncogene) forms. In general, the proto-oncogene forms are thought to be involved in the normal growth control of cells, while the mutant forms (which apparently result from somatic mutation of the normal ras genes) appear to be responsible, in part, for the loss of normal growth control. On microinjection into living normal cells, the purified ras oncogene protein (p21) induces a characteristic loss of growth control in cells within several hours. The mutant forms of the different ras proteins typically contain a single amino-acid change, usually at position 12 or less frequently at position 61. Here we report that microinjection of antibodies specific for amino acid 12 of the oncogenic v-Ki-ras protein into cells transformed by this protein causes a transient reversion of the cells to a normal phenotype. The fact that this antibody inhibits binding of GTP to the v-Ki-ras protein supports the notion that GTP binding is essential to the transforming function of this oncogene product. More... »

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639

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Nature

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6012

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314

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/314639a0

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