Range: Table - link µM
||Mammalian tissue culture cell
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||This value is from table link in reference. It seems to be taken from primary source table link value of 4×10^4 Raf/cell given in Primary source table link. However, if calculated according to cell volume of 1 pL (note under ref table link) one arrives at [(4×10^4<Raf/cell>/~6×10^23)<Raf/mole>]/10^12<liter/cell>=~0.067µM, an order of magnitude greater than above value. Above value is half of Raf conc. of 0.013µM given by ref (FRET method), BNID 100854. In silico (performed on computer) kinetic simulation models of the RAS/ERK MAPK pathway, while describing it very nicely, have produced astonishingly different parameters. The aim of study in ref was to collect and evaluate the parameters for the development of a kinetic simulation model for Ras/ERK MAPK cascades.