Mutant and wild-type Ras: co-conspirators in cancer.

@article{Hayes2013MutantAW,
  title={Mutant and wild-type Ras: co-conspirators in cancer.},
  author={Tikvah K. Hayes and Channing J Der},
  journal={Cancer discovery},
  year={2013},
  volume={3 1},
  pages={24-6}
}
Although the functional interplay between mutant and wild-type Ras in driving tumor initiation and growth has been described, a clear picture of the precise ramifications and mechanisms of this association remains elusive, sometimes with conflicting conclusions. A report in this issue of Cancer Discovery tackles this question, which may have important implications for therapeutic strategies to block mutant Ras for cancer treatment. 
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