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Molecule List for pathway Ras (Pathway Number 63) in Accession MAPK_MKP1_oscillation (Accession Number 9)

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  NameAccession
Type
Initial
Conc.

(uM)
Volume
(fL)
BufferedSum Total Of
1 GAPNetwork0.0020No
    GTPase-activating proteins. See Boguski and McCormick. Turn off Ras by helping to hydrolyze bound GTP. This one is probably NF1, ie., Neurofibromin as it is inhibited by AA and lipids, and expressed in neural cells. p120-GAP is also a possible candidate, but is less regulated. Both may exist at similar levels. See Eccleston et al JBC 268(36) pp27012-19 Level=.002
2 GAPNetwork0.0020No
    GTPase-activating proteins. See Boguski and McCormick. Turn off Ras by helping to hydrolyze bound GTP. This one is probably NF1, ie., Neurofibromin as it is inhibited by AA and lipids, and expressed in neural cells. p120-GAP is also a possible candidate, but is less regulated. Both may exist at similar levels. See Eccleston et al JBC 268(36) pp27012-19 Level=.002
3 GAPNetwork0.0020No
    GTPase-activating proteins. See Boguski and McCormick. Turn off Ras by helping to hydrolyze bound GTP. This one is probably NF1, ie., Neurofibromin as it is inhibited by AA and lipids, and expressed in neural cells. p120-GAP is also a possible candidate, but is less regulated. Both may exist at similar levels. See Eccleston et al JBC 268(36) pp27012-19 Level=.002
4 GAPNetwork0.0020No
    GTPase-activating proteins. See Boguski and McCormick. Turn off Ras by helping to hydrolyze bound GTP. This one is probably NF1, ie., Neurofibromin as it is inhibited by AA and lipids, and expressed in neural cells. p120-GAP is also a possible candidate, but is less regulated. Both may exist at similar levels. See Eccleston et al JBC 268(36) pp27012-19 Level=.002
5 GAPNetwork0.0020No
    GTPase-activating proteins. See Boguski and McCormick. Turn off Ras by helping to hydrolyze bound GTP. This one is probably NF1, ie., Neurofibromin as it is inhibited by AA and lipids, and expressed in neural cells. p120-GAP is also a possible candidate, but is less regulated. Both may exist at similar levels. See Eccleston et al JBC 268(36) pp27012-19 Level=.002
6 GAPNetwork0.0020No
    GTPase-activating proteins. See Boguski and McCormick. Turn off Ras by helping to hydrolyze bound GTP. This one is probably NF1, ie., Neurofibromin as it is inhibited by AA and lipids, and expressed in neural cells. p120-GAP is also a possible candidate, but is less regulated. Both may exist at similar levels. See Eccleston et al JBC 268(36) pp27012-19 Level=.002
7 GAPNetwork0.0020No
    GTPase-activating proteins. See Boguski and McCormick. Turn off Ras by helping to hydrolyze bound GTP. This one is probably NF1, ie., Neurofibromin as it is inhibited by AA and lipids, and expressed in neural cells. p120-GAP is also a possible candidate, but is less regulated. Both may exist at similar levels. See Eccleston et al JBC 268(36) pp27012-19 Level=.002
8 GAPNetwork0.0020No
    GTPase-activating proteins. See Boguski and McCormick. Turn off Ras by helping to hydrolyze bound GTP. This one is probably NF1, ie., Neurofibromin as it is inhibited by AA and lipids, and expressed in neural cells. p120-GAP is also a possible candidate, but is less regulated. Both may exist at similar levels. See Eccleston et al JBC 268(36) pp27012-19 Level=.002
9 GAPNetwork0.0020No
    GTPase-activating proteins. See Boguski and McCormick. Turn off Ras by helping to hydrolyze bound GTP. This one is probably NF1, ie., Neurofibromin as it is inhibited by AA and lipids, and expressed in neural cells. p120-GAP is also a possible candidate, but is less regulated. Both may exist at similar levels. See Eccleston et al JBC 268(36) pp27012-19 Level=.002
10 GAPNetwork0.0020No
    GTPase-activating proteins. See Boguski and McCormick. Turn off Ras by helping to hydrolyze bound GTP. This one is probably NF1, ie., Neurofibromin as it is inhibited by AA and lipids, and expressed in neural cells. p120-GAP is also a possible candidate, but is less regulated. Both may exist at similar levels. See Eccleston et al JBC 268(36) pp27012-19 Level=.002
11 GAPNetwork0.0020No
    GTPase-activating proteins. See Boguski and McCormick. Turn off Ras by helping to hydrolyze bound GTP. This one is probably NF1, ie., Neurofibromin as it is inhibited by AA and lipids, and expressed in neural cells. p120-GAP is also a possible candidate, but is less regulated. Both may exist at similar levels. See Eccleston et al JBC 268(36) pp27012-19 Level=.002
12 GAPNetwork0.0020No
    GTPase-activating proteins. See Boguski and McCormick. Turn off Ras by helping to hydrolyze bound GTP. This one is probably NF1, ie., Neurofibromin as it is inhibited by AA and lipids, and expressed in neural cells. p120-GAP is also a possible candidate, but is less regulated. Both may exist at similar levels. See Eccleston et al JBC 268(36) pp27012-19 Level=.002
13 GAPNetwork0.0020No
    GTPase-activating proteins. See Boguski and McCormick. Turn off Ras by helping to hydrolyze bound GTP. This one is probably NF1, ie., Neurofibromin as it is inhibited by AA and lipids, and expressed in neural cells. p120-GAP is also a possible candidate, but is less regulated. Both may exist at similar levels. See Eccleston et al JBC 268(36) pp27012-19 Level=.002
14 GAPNetwork0.0020No
    GTPase-activating proteins. See Boguski and McCormick. Turn off Ras by helping to hydrolyze bound GTP. This one is probably NF1, ie., Neurofibromin as it is inhibited by AA and lipids, and expressed in neural cells. p120-GAP is also a possible candidate, but is less regulated. Both may exist at similar levels. See Eccleston et al JBC 268(36) pp27012-19 Level=.002
15 GAPNetwork0.0020No
    GTPase-activating proteins. See Boguski and McCormick. Turn off Ras by helping to hydrolyze bound GTP. This one is probably NF1, ie., Neurofibromin as it is inhibited by AA and lipids, and expressed in neural cells. p120-GAP is also a possible candidate, but is less regulated. Both may exist at similar levels. See Eccleston et al JBC 268(36) pp27012-19 Level=.002
16 GAPNetwork0.0020No
    GTPase-activating proteins. See Boguski and McCormick. Turn off Ras by helping to hydrolyze bound GTP. This one is probably NF1, ie., Neurofibromin as it is inhibited by AA and lipids, and expressed in neural cells. p120-GAP is also a possible candidate, but is less regulated. Both may exist at similar levels. See Eccleston et al JBC 268(36) pp27012-19 Level=.002
17 GAPNetwork0.0020No
    GTPase-activating proteins. See Boguski and McCormick. Turn off Ras by helping to hydrolyze bound GTP. This one is probably NF1, ie., Neurofibromin as it is inhibited by AA and lipids, and expressed in neural cells. p120-GAP is also a possible candidate, but is less regulated. Both may exist at similar levels. See Eccleston et al JBC 268(36) pp27012-19 Level=.002
18 GAPNetwork0.0020No
    GTPase-activating proteins. See Boguski and McCormick. Turn off Ras by helping to hydrolyze bound GTP. This one is probably NF1, ie., Neurofibromin as it is inhibited by AA and lipids, and expressed in neural cells. p120-GAP is also a possible candidate, but is less regulated. Both may exist at similar levels. See Eccleston et al JBC 268(36) pp27012-19 Level=.002
19 GAPNetwork0.0020No
    GTPase-activating proteins. See Boguski and McCormick. Turn off Ras by helping to hydrolyze bound GTP. This one is probably NF1, ie., Neurofibromin as it is inhibited by AA and lipids, and expressed in neural cells. p120-GAP is also a possible candidate, but is less regulated. Both may exist at similar levels. See Eccleston et al JBC 268(36) pp27012-19 Level=.002
20 GAPNetwork0.0020No
    GTPase-activating proteins. See Boguski and McCormick. Turn off Ras by helping to hydrolyze bound GTP. This one is probably NF1, ie., Neurofibromin as it is inhibited by AA and lipids, and expressed in neural cells. p120-GAP is also a possible candidate, but is less regulated. Both may exist at similar levels. See Eccleston et al JBC 268(36) pp27012-19 Level=.002

 
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