Alternatively spliced annexin XI transcripts encode proteins that differ near the amino-terminus.

@article{Towle1992AlternativelySA,
  title={Alternatively spliced annexin XI transcripts encode proteins that differ near the amino-terminus.},
  author={Christine A Towle and L Weissbach and Benjamin V Treadwell},
  journal={Biochimica et biophysica acta},
  year={1992},
  volume={1131 2},
  pages={223-6}
}
Annexins are a family of structurally related calcium-dependent phospholipid binding proteins. We recently described a new member of this family, bovine annexin XI [1]. Two kinds of cDNAs were identified corresponding to annexin XI mRNA variants A and B, which are generated by alternative splicing of identical primary transcripts. Annexin XI isoforms are predicted to differ at the amino-terminus, suggesting that they may have distinct biological roles.