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“…Recent studies have shown that Rab1 is a regulator of several central signal transduction pathways, particularly the mTOR pathway [6,21]. Rab1A overexpression is a driver of mTORC1 signaling and mTORC1-dependent growth in CRC by regulating the interaction of mTORC1 with the small GTPase Rheb, which activates mTORC1 activity on the Golgi surface.…”
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“…Recent studies have shown that Rab1 is a regulator of several central signal transduction pathways, particularly the mTOR pathway [6,21]. Rab1A overexpression is a driver of mTORC1 signaling and mTORC1-dependent growth in CRC by regulating the interaction of mTORC1 with the small GTPase Rheb, which activates mTORC1 activity on the Golgi surface.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
“…It is a highly conserved protein, which has been identified in 158 different organisms, ranging from yeast to humans [6, 7]. Recently, a growing body of evidence has suggested that the Rab1A protein has additional functions beyond its role in vesicular transport, including nutrient sensing [8] and signaling [9], cell migration [10] and regulation of autophagy [11].…”
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“…Rab1, a founding member of Rab GTPase family, has been reported to regulate membrane trafficking between the endoplasmic reticulum (ER) and Golgi apparatus [14,15]. Several key regulatory proteins such as mitogen receptors and transcription factors are synthesized, modified and transported to the cell surface or nucleus by ER-Golgi membrane system [14]. Importantly, recent studies have identified that Rab1 is a mediator of some critical signal transduction pathways, particularly mTOR pathway [16].…”
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“…The majority of the functions comprise the recognition and fusion processes of membrane vesicles, regulating the membrane transport process between cells ( 21 , 25 ). A previous study has indicated that small molecule GTPases including the Ras, Rho, Rac and Ral families served important roles in tumorigenesis ( 26 ). In particular, Rab1A has been identified to be highly expressed in a variety of malignant tumor tissues as a small molecule GTPase and a member of the Ras oncogene superfamily ( 20 , 21 ).…”
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