Involvement of annexin I and annexin II in hepatocyte proliferation: can annexins I and II be markers for proliferative hepatocytes?

@article{Masaki1994InvolvementOA,
  title={Involvement of annexin I and annexin II in hepatocyte proliferation: can annexins I and II be markers for proliferative hepatocytes?},
  author={Takayuki Masaki and Masaaki Tokuda and Taku Fujimura and Masatake Ohnishi and Yilin Tai and K Miyamoto and Toshifumi Itano and Hisanori Matsui and Seishiro Watanabe and Kenichi Sogawa},
  journal={Hepatology},
  year={1994},
  volume={20 2},
  pages={425-35}
}
Annexin is the name of a new family of Ca(2+)-dependent membrane-binding proteins. Eleven types of its related proteins have been reported to date. Among those, annexin I and annexin II have been reported to possess many biological functions in vitro. Its actual role in vivo, however, is yet unknown. The involvement of annexin I and annexin II in the proliferation processes of hepatocytes was examined in the following aspects: (a) hepatocyte proliferation after carbon tetrachloride-induced… CONTINUE READING

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