ANXA4

ANXA4

A gene on chromosome 2p13 that encodes annexin 4, a calcium-dependent phospholipid-binding protein that promotes membrane fusion, is involved in exocytosis and is almost exclusively expressed in epithelial cells.
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[58] observed overexpression of AnxA4 in tumor cells of patients infected with H.
pylori induced a change in AnxA1 and AnxA4 localization, causing a translocation from the cytoplasm to the plasma membrane, probably for epithelial cell membrane repair in the consequence of H.
Gene UniGene ID NIEHS ID (a) symbol (b) Gene name (b) Rn.3603 AA900551 Ephx1 Epoxide hydrolase 1 Rn.8707 AA955199 Gdf10 Prepro bane inducing protein AA899443 EST, similar to mitochon- drial cytochrome B Rn.19270 Al059765 Anxa4 ZAP 36/annexin IV Rn.10958 Al059692 Eef2k Eukaryotic elongation factor 2 kinase UniGene ID NIEHS (c) Affymetrix (d) Call (e) Incyte (d) Rn.3603 0.687 0.506 NC 0.479 Rn.8707 0.642 -0.198 NC Absent -0.667 -0.291 NC Absent Rn.19270 -0.713 0.622 I Absent Rn.10958 -0.761 -0.002 NC 0.163 UniGene ID PHASE-1 (d) Rn.3603 Absent (f) Rn.8707 Absent Absent Rn.19270 Absent Rn.10958 Absent Abbreviations: D, decrease; I, increase; NC, no change.