Cellular deficiency in the RGS10 protein facilitates chemoresistant ovarian cancer.

@article{Hooks2015CellularDI,
  title={Cellular deficiency in the RGS10 protein facilitates chemoresistant ovarian cancer.},
  author={Shelley B. Hooks and Mandi M. Murph},
  journal={Future medicinal chemistry},
  year={2015},
  volume={7 12},
  pages={1483-9}
}
More than 30 regulators of G protein signaling (RGS) proteins encompass the RGS protein superfamily of critical regulators essential to cellular homeostasis. There is enormous structural and functional diversity among the RGS superfamily, and as such they serve a wide range of functions in regulating cell biology and physiology. Recent evidence has suggested roles for multiple RGS proteins in cancer initiation and progression, which has prompted research toward the potential modulation of these… CONTINUE READING
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