ANXA2

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ANXA2

A gene on chromosome 15q22.2 that encodes annexin 2, a calcium-regulated membrane-binding protein that controls cell growth and signal transduction pathways; it also acts as an autocrine factor, which increases osteoclast formation and bone resorption.
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Reorganization of cytoskeleton during surfactant secretion in lung type II cells: a role of annexin II.
Annexin II overexpressien is correlated with poor prognosis in human gastric carcinoma.
In vitro studies have shown that homocysteinylation of the Cys9 residue of annexin II, the endothelial cell surface docking protein for tissue plasminogen activator, inhibits binding (26).
Evidence that annexin II is not a putative membrane receptor for 1[alpha],25(OH)2-vitamin D3.
Presence Mean (SD) Protein Group rate (a) Sequest score Annexin II Never-smokers 18/18 56 (32) Smokers 29/30 68 (26) Serotransferrin Never-smokers 18/18 580 (184) Smokers 30/30 402 (196) [[alpha].
Hcy in plasma is mainly bound to albumin, but interactions with ceruloplasmin, fibrin, annexin II, and transthyretin have been also reported (1-4).