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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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2]-Macroglobulin IPI00478003 639 Annexin A1 IPI00218918 297 Annexin A2 IPI00455315 116 Annexin A3 IPI00024095 85 Annexin A5 IPI00329801 268 Antithrombin III IPI00032179 18 Apolipoprotein A-I IPI00021841 593 Apolipoprotein E IPI00021842 51 Arginase 1 IPI00038356 43 [[beta].
13) (Muscle-type aldolase) 145 Elongation factor 1-alpha 1 (EF-1-alpha-1) (Elongation factor 1 A-1) 146 Annexin A2 (Annexin II) (Lipocortin II) (Calpactin I heavy chain) 147 Aspartate aminotransferase, mitochondrial precursor (EC 2.
They have found that the degradation by PCSK9 of the LDLR receptor, which is responsible for removing the bad cholesterol (LDL-cholesterol) from the bloodstream, could be inhibited by a third protein, annexin A2.
By performing a series of biochemical experiments, we discovered that annexin A2 binds strongly to PCSK9 and inhibits its function," said GaE[umlaut]tan Mayer, the article's first author.
For cell--cell interaction genes and genes involved in signal transduction, marked increases occurred in annexin A2 (48-fold), nidogen 1 (50-fold), E-cadherin (11-fold), and [beta]-catenin (7-fold) in arsenic-induced HCC.
In addition to these cell cycle regulators, annexin A2 was also dramatically increased (48-fold) in arsenic-induced HCC.
Preclinical studies confirm that TM601 targets and binds to Annexin A2, a receptor expressed on a wide range of tumor cells but not on normal, healthy cells.
Circulating Gc-globulin colocalizes with both CD44 and annexin A2 receptors on the cell surface and may use both pathways to enhance C5a-mediated chemotaxis (33).
The other calcium-binding proteins in this cluster, annexin A2 (Anxa2) and annexin A6 (Anxa6), are not reported to have such a relationship to fibrosis, but as calcium-binding proteins, and it is interesting to observe that they are increased in expression in the same manner as calcyclin.
Data presented at ARVO demonstrate that TM601 binds to annexin A2 and causes new blood vessel regression-
Is annexin A2 CYS8 the sole requirement for this association?
Poster # 1164/D1126 is titled, "TM601, a Peptide That Binds Annexin A2, Causes Regression of Choroidal Neovascularization (CNV)," and will be presented on Sunday, May 3, 2009 from 2:45-4:30pm EDT.