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Cloning and characterization of CAP, the S. cerevisiae gene encoding the 70 kd adenylyl cyclase-associated protein
Field J,
Vojtek A,
Ballester R,
Bolger G,
Colicelli J,
Ferguson K,
Gerst J,
Kataoka T,
Michaeli T,
Powers S,
et al.

Cell
  61 (2): 319-27; Apr 20 1990  
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Cloning and characterization of CAP , the Saccharomyces cerevisiae gene encoding the 70 kDa adenylyl cyclase associated protein.
Field J,
Vojtek A,
Ballester R,
Bolger G,
Colicelli J,
Ferguson K,
Gerst J,
Kataoka T,
Michaeli T,
Powers S,
Riggs M,
Rodgers L,
Wieland I,
Wheland B,
Wigler MH

Cell
  61 (2): 319-327; Apr 1990  
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Guanine nucleotide activation of, and competition between, RAS proteins from Saccharomyces cerevisiae
Field J,
Broek D,
Kataoka T,
Wigler MH

Molecular Cellular Biology
  7 (6): 2128-2133; 1987  
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DNA sequence and characterization of the S. cerevisiae gene encoding adenylate cyclase
Kataoka T,
Broek D,
Wigler MH

Cell
  43 (2): 493-505; Dec 1985  
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Ras Proteins Function Exclusively to Modulate Adenylate-Cyclase Activity in the Yeast Saccharomyces
Broach J,
Toda T,
Kataoka T,
Powers S,
Broek D,
Wigler MH

DNA-a Journal of Molecular Cellular Biology
  4 (1): 64-64; 1985  
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Conservation and divergence of RAS protein function during evolution
Birchmeier C,
Broek D,
Toda T,
Powers S,
Kataoka T,
Wigler MH

Cold Spring Harbor Symposia on Quantitative Biology L: Molecular Biology of Development
  721; 1985  


Functional homology of mammalian and yeast RAS genes
Kataoka T,
Powers S,
Cameron S,
Fasano O,
Goldfarb M,
Broach J,
Wigler MH

Cell
  40 (1): 19-26; 1985  
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Function of Yeast Ras Genes
Wigler MH,
Powers S,
Kataoka T,
Toda T,
Fasano O,
Matsumoto K,
Uno I,
Ishikawa T,
Broach J
In:
Genetics, cell differentiation, and cancer
(ed. Marks, P. A.) Orlando: Academic Press; 1985. 7: 153-164  


In yeast, RAS proteins are controlling elements of adenylate cyclase
Toda T,
Uno I,
Ishikawa T,
Powers S,
Kataoka T,
Broek D,
Cameron S,
Broach J,
Matsumoto K,
Wigler MH

Cell
  40 (1): 27-36; 1985  
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Control of Yeast Adenyl-Cyclase by Ras Proteins
Powers S,
Kataoka T,
Toda T,
Fasano O,
Wigler MH

Federation Proceedings
  44 (3): R8-R8; 1985  
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Genetic analysis of yeast RAS1 and RAS2 genes
Kataoka T,
Powers S,
McGill C,
Fasano O,
Strathern J,
Broach J,
Wigler MH

Cell
  37 (2): 437-445; Jun 1984  
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Genes in Saccharomyces cerevisiae encoding proteins with domains homologous to the mammalian ras proteins
Powers S,
Kataoka T,
Fasano O,
Goldfarb M,
Strathern J,
Broach J,
Wigler MH

Cell
  36 (3): 607-612; Mar 1984  
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Structure and Activation of Ras Genes
Wigler MH,
Fasano O,
Taparowsky E,
Powers S,
Kataoka T,
Birnbaum D,
Shimizu K,
Goldfarb M
In:
Oncogenes and viral genes
(ed. Vande Woude, G. F.) Cold Spring Harbor, NY: Cold Spring Harbor L; 1984. 2: 419-424  


A product of yeast RAS-2 gene is a guanine nucleotide binding protein
Tamanoi F,
Walsh M,
Kataoka T,
Wigler MH

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
  81 (22): 6924-6928; 1984  
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