What is annexin?

Annexin is any of a family of phospholipid-binding proteins that are Ca++ dependent and may act as mediators of calcium activity within cells.
a. II A fibrin-dissolving protein receptor; over-production leads to hemorrhage.
a. V Annexin with anticoagulant properties; has a role in preventing blood clots in the placenta.

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