DOI: 10.1101/178483
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Abstract: K-Ras is the most frequently mutated protein in human tumors. Activating K-Ras mutations drive cancer initiation, progression and drug resistance, directly leading to nearly a million deaths per year. To understand the mechanisms by which mutations alter K-Ras function, we need to understand their effects on protein dynamics. However, despite decades of research, how oncogenic mutations in K-Ras alter its conformation and dynamics remain to be understood. Here, we present how the most recurrent K-Ras oncogenic… Show more

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