K-Ras is essential for the development of the mouse embryo View Full Text


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1997-09-04

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Keiko Koera, Kenji Nakamura, Kazuki Nakao, Jun Miyoshi, Kumao Toyoshima, Toshihisa Hatta, Hiroki Otani, Atsu Aiba, Motoya Katsuki

ABSTRACT

ras genes encode members of the small GTP-binding proteins. Ras protein is highly conserved in various species from yeast to humans and plays a key role in signal transduction. Ras is related to cell proliferation and differentiation. While, in addition, mutations in the ras genes are implicated in a variety of tumors. However, the physiological functions and specific roles of each ras gene, H-ras, K-ras and N-ras, are still not fully understood. To clarify the role of the K-Ras in vivo, we generated K-ras mutant mice by gene targeting. In contrast to the findings that H-Ras-deficient mice and N-Ras-deficient mice are born and grow normally, the K-Ras-deficient embryos die progressively between embryonic day 12.5 and term. At embryonic day 15.5, their ventricular walls are extremely thin. Besides, at embryonic day 11.5, they demonstrate increased cell death of motoneurons in the medulla and the cervical spinal cord. Our results thus indicate K-Ras to be essential for normal development in mice and residual Ras composed of H-Ras and N-Ras cannot compensate for the loss of K-Ras function in the mutant mice. More... »

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1151-1159

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