Genes, ras


Gene, Ha-ras

Gene, Ki-ras

Gene, v-Ha-ras

Gene, v-Ki-ras

Genes, Ha-ras

Genes, Ki-ras

Genes, N-ras

Genes, v-Ha-ras

Genes, v-Ki-ras

H ras Genes

H ras Oncogenes

H-ras Gene

H-ras Genes

H-ras Oncogene

H-ras Oncogenes

Ha ras Genes

Ha ras Oncogenes

Ha-ras Gene

Ha-ras Genes

Ha-ras Oncogene

Ha-ras Oncogenes

K ras Genes

K ras Oncogenes

K-ras Gene

K-ras Genes

K-ras Oncogene

K-ras Oncogenes

Ki ras Genes

Ki ras Oncogenes

Ki-ras Gene

Ki-ras Genes

Ki-ras Oncogene

Ki-ras Oncogenes

N ras Genes

N ras Oncogenes

N-ras Gene

N-ras Genes

N-ras Oncogene

N-ras Oncogenes

c H ras Genes

c H ras Proto Oncogenes

c Ha ras Genes

c Ha ras Proto Oncogenes

c K ras Genes

c K ras Proto Oncogenes

c Ki ras Genes

c Ki ras Proto Oncogenes

c N ras Genes

c N ras Proto Oncogenes

c-H-ras Gene

c-H-ras Genes

c-H-ras Proto-Oncogene

c-H-ras Proto-Oncogenes

c-Ha-ras Gene

c-Ha-ras Genes

c-Ha-ras Proto-Oncogene

c-Ha-ras Proto-Oncogenes

c-K-ras Gene

c-K-ras Genes

c-K-ras Proto-Oncogene

c-K-ras Proto-Oncogenes

c-Ki-ras Gene

c-Ki-ras Genes

c-Ki-ras Proto-Oncogene

c-Ki-ras Proto-Oncogenes

c-N-ras Gene

c-N-ras Genes

c-N-ras Proto-Oncogene

c-N-ras Proto-Oncogenes

ras Gene

ras Genes

ras Oncogene

ras Oncogenes

v H ras Genes

v H ras Oncogenes

v Ha ras Genes

v Ha ras Oncogenes

v K ras Genes

v K ras Oncogenes

v Ki ras Genes

v Ki ras Oncogenes

v-H-ras Gene

v-H-ras Genes

v-H-ras Oncogene

v-H-ras Oncogenes

v-Ha-ras Gene

v-Ha-ras Genes

v-Ha-ras Oncogene

v-Ha-ras Oncogenes

v-K-ras Gene

v-K-ras Genes

v-K-ras Oncogene

v-K-ras Oncogenes

v-Ki-ras Gene

v-Ki-ras Genes

v-Ki-ras Oncogene

v-Ki-ras Oncogenes

Family of retrovirus-associated DNA sequences (ras) originally isolated from Harvey (H-ras, Ha-ras, rasH) and Kirsten (K-ras, Ki-ras, rasK) murine sarcoma viruses. Ras genes are widely conserved among animal species and sequences corresponding to both H-ras and K-ras genes have been detected in human, avian, murine, and non-vertebrate genomes. The closely related N-ras gene has been detected in human neuroblastoma and sarcoma cell lines. All genes of the family have a similar exon-intron structure and each encodes a p21 protein.