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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All of the isolated strains (n = 39) were carriers of the ALS1, SAP4-SAP6, LIP1, LIP2, LIP4, LIP6, LIP7, LIP9, LIP10, and PLB1-PLB2 genes.
(3.) G Mahadevanl, R C Davis2, M P Frenneauxl, F D R Hobbs3, G Y H Lip2, J E Sandersonl, M K Davies4: Left ventricular ejection fraction: are the revised cut-off points for defining systolic dysfunction sufficiently evidence based?: Heart 2008; 94: 426-428.
Purification and characterization of the extracellular lipase Lip2 from Yarrowiali polytica.
I100F of lip2 with enhanced thermostability was obtained due to the increased aromatic stacking force.
Shen et al., "Intracellular expression of Vitreoscilla hemoglobin improves production of Yarrowia lipolyt ica lipase LIP2 in a recombinant Pichia pastoris," Enzyme and Microbial Technology, vol.