"rhoC GTP-Binding Protein" is a descriptor in the National Library of Medicine's controlled vocabulary thesaurus,
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A rho GTP-binding protein that is prenylated (see PROTEIN PRENYLATION) at its C-terminus and cycles between the cytoplasm and plasma membrane, linking receptor signaling pathways with assembly of FOCAL ADHESIONS; STRESS FIBERS; and contractile ring formation during CYTOKINESIS. It is overexpressed in proliferating and metastatic tumor cells.
|rhoC GTP-Binding Protein
- rhoC GTP-Binding Protein
- GTP-Binding Protein, rhoC
- rhoC GTP Binding Protein
- rhoC GTPase
- ras Homolog Family Member C
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