The rho family of gtpases is a family of small 21 kda a second target to explain the role of the rho proteins in cancer is their regulatory proteins. Introduction rho gtpases bind to a wide range of effector proteins and play central roles in the regulation of the actin and microtubule cytoskeletons and . Rho gtpases contribute to multiple cellular processes that could affect cancer progression including cytoskeletal dynamics cell cycle progression transcriptional . Rho gtpases are small proteins that act as binary molecular switches in a wide range of signalling pathways upon stimulation of cell surface receptors
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