B-Raf mutation: A key player in molecular biology of cancer
B-Raf is one of the more commonly mutated proto-oncogenes implicated in the development of cancers. In this review, we consider the mechanisms and clinical impacts of B-Raf mutations in cancer and discuss the implications for the patient in melanoma, thyroid cancer and colorectal cancer, where B-Raf mutations are particularly common.
Experimental and Molecular Pathology
Medical and Health Sciences not elsewhere classified