Annexins?New family of Ca2+-regulated-phospholipid binding protein

Michael J. Geisow, John H. Walker, Catherine Boustead, Willie Taylor
1987 Bioscience Reports  
Calcium and phospholipid binding proteins have been identified and localized by immunocytochemistry in a wide range of cells and tissues. Two of these proteins (calpactins) also bind F-actin and are substrates for tyrosine kinases. The similar membrane-binding properties of these molecules arise from conserved amino acid sequences and a model is proposed for the tertiary structure of a common calcium and phospholipid binding domain. BACKGROUND
doi:10.1007/bf01121450 pmid:2960386 fatcat:xfstv6ag6bf63b5t4liytyqnoa