The role of annexins in tumour development and progression.

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The annexins are a super-family of closely related calcium and membrane-binding proteins. They have a diverse range of cellular functions that include vesicle trafficking, cell division, apoptosis, calcium signalling and growth regulation. Many studies have shown the annexins to be among the genes whose expression are consistently differentially altered in… (More)
DOI: 10.1002/path.2400

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