A genome-wide analysis of annexins from parasitic organisms and their vectors

@inproceedings{Cantacessi2013AGA,
  title={A genome-wide analysis of annexins from parasitic organisms and their vectors},
  author={Cinzia Cantacessi and Jennifer M. Seddon and Terrence Miller and Chiuan Yee Leow and La{\"e}titia Thomas and Lyndel Mason and Charlene Willis and Giselle Walker and Alex Loukas and Robin B. Gasser and Malcolm K Jones and Andreas Hofmann},
  booktitle={Scientific reports},
  year={2013}
}
In this study, we conduct an in-depth analysis of annexin proteins from a diverse range of invertebrate taxa, including the major groups that contain the parasites and vector organisms that are harmful to humans and domestic animals. Using structure-based amino acid sequence alignments and phylogenetic analyses, we present a classification for this protein group and assign names to sequences with ambiguous annotations in public databases. Our analyses reveal six distinct annexin clades, and the… CONTINUE READING
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