The RhoA GEF Syx Is a Target of Rnd3 and Regulated via a Raf1-Like Ubiquitin-Related Domain

@inproceedings{Goh2010TheRG,
  title={The RhoA GEF Syx Is a Target of Rnd3 and Regulated via a Raf1-Like Ubiquitin-Related Domain},
  author={Liuh Ling Goh and E. M. Manser},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2010}
}
BACKGROUND Rnd3 (RhoE) protein belongs to the unique branch of Rho family GTPases that has low intrinsic GTPase activity and consequently remains constitutively active [1], [2]. The current consensus is that Rnd1 and Rnd3 function as important antagonists of RhoA signaling primarily by activating the ubiquitous p190 RhoGAP [3], but not by inhibiting the ROCK family kinases. METHODOLOGY/PRINCIPAL FINDINGS Rnd3 is abundant in mouse embryonic stem (mES) cells and in an unbiased two-step affinity… CONTINUE READING
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