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Raf also known as&nbsp;[[MAP Kinase Kinase Kinase]]&nbsp;is the first [[Kinase|kinase]] in the [[Phosphorylation_cascade|phosphorylation cascade]]. Raf is&nbsp;triggered by Ras, which activates Raf through conformational change. Once Raf is phosphorylated, it then goes on to phosphorylate&nbsp;[[Mek]]&nbsp;<ref>Alberts et al. (2008). Molecular biology of the cell. 5th edition. New York, Garland Science. 928-929.</ref>.<br>
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Raf also known as [[MAP Kinase Kinase Kinase]] is the first [[Kinase|kinase]] in the [[Phosphorylation cascade|phosphorylation cascade]]. Raf is triggered by Ras, which activates Raf through a conformational change. Once Raf is phosphorylated, it then goes on to phosphorylate [[Mek]]<ref>Alberts et al. (2008). Molecular biology of the cell. 5th edition. New York, Garland Science. 928-929.</ref>.  
  
 
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Latest revision as of 20:45, 4 December 2017

Raf also known as MAP Kinase Kinase Kinase is the first kinase in the phosphorylation cascade. Raf is triggered by Ras, which activates Raf through a conformational change. Once Raf is phosphorylated, it then goes on to phosphorylate Mek[1].

References

  1. Alberts et al. (2008). Molecular biology of the cell. 5th edition. New York, Garland Science. 928-929.
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