The Annexin a2 Promotes Development in Arthritis through Neovascularization by Amplification Hedgehog Pathway.

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The neovascularization network of pannus formation plays a crucial role in the development of rheumatoid arthritis (RA). Annexin a2 (Axna2) is an important mediating agent that induces angiogenesis in vascular diseases. The correlation between Axna2 and pannus formation has not been studied. Here, we provided evidence that compared to osteoarthritis (OA… (More)
DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0150363

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@article{Yi2016TheAA, title={The Annexin a2 Promotes Development in Arthritis through Neovascularization by Amplification Hedgehog Pathway.}, author={Jun Yi and Yan Zhu and Yin Jia and Hongdie Jiang and Xin Zheng and Dejing Liu and Shunxiang Gao and Mingjuan Sun and Bo Hu and Bing-hua Jiao and Lianghua Wang and Kaihui Wang}, journal={PloS one}, year={2016}, volume={11 3}, pages={e0150363} }