RIT/RIN-GTP binds B-RAF

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R-HSA-187698
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Reaction [binding]
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Homo sapiens
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Once activated by RIT or RIN, B-RAF activates, through MEK, the p38 MAP kinase. Whereas RIN appears to activate p38 (specifically the p38-alpha isoform) but not the ERKs, RIN was described to activate ERK1/ ERK2 as well, although to a much lower extent than p38. RIN signaling gives rise to sustained activation of p38 MAP kinase.

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