Human RAS Superfamily Proteins and Related GTPases

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Science's STKE  14 Sep 2004:
Vol. 2004, Issue 250, pp. re13
DOI: 10.1126/stke.2502004re13

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    A recent publication by Kugler et al. (Gene 341, pp 189-197), entitled "Isolation and Characterization of Rac1 pseudogenes (psi1Rac1- psi4Rac1) in the Human Genome" describes four pseudogenes related to RAC1. The gene called RAC4 in this review article is identical to psi4Rac1. The official HGNC nomenclature for this pseudogene is RAC1P4. Note also that the Human Genome Nomenclature Committee (HGNC) has identified a t...

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