ANXA11

ANXA11

A gene on chromosome 10q23 that encodes annexin 11, a calcium-dependent phospholipid-binding protein required for midbody formation and completion of the terminal phase of cytokinesis.

Molecular pathology
ANXA11 is recognised by sera from patients with autoimmune diseases.
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The VPA-induced transcriptional induction of annexin A5 (Anxa5) and Anxa11 we detect in both embryos and cells (Table 2) may depend on HDAC inhibition, as the mouse Anxa5 and the human ANXA11 genes have Sp1 sites in their promoters (Bances et al.
These include ATG16L1, a gene coding for a variant protein that leads to a defect in autophagy in Crohn's disease, and ANXA11, a disease gene in srcoidosis probably involved in T cell-apoptosis.