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Antiinflammatory compounds

Apoptosis

Contrast agents (X ray contrast agents)

Cromoglycate

Inflammation resolution

Structure det. tissue level to single molecule localization

2008  
1
Annexin-A1: a pivotal regulator of the innate and adaptive immune systems.
[18641677] Br J Pharmacol 155(2): 152-69 (2008)
1993  
2
Annexins--multifunctional, calcium-dependent, phospholipid-binding proteins.
[8249484] Acta Biochim Pol 40(3): 281-93 (1993)
2004  
3
Annexin-actin interactions.
[15260827] Traffic 5(8): 571-6 (2004)
2002  
4
Annexins: from structure to function.
[11917092] Physiol Rev 82(2): 331-71 (2002)
2004  
5
Annexins--unique membrane binding proteins with diverse functions.
[15169834] J Cell Sci 117(Pt 13): 2631-9 (2004)
2004  
6
2005  
7
Past, present, and future of annexin A5: from protein discovery to clinical applications.
[16330568] J Nucl Med 46(12): 2035-50 (2005)
2008  
8
2009  
9
Exploiting the Annexin A1 pathway for the development of novel anti-inflammatory therapeutics.
[19845684] Br J Pharmacol 158(4): 936-46 (2009)
2007  
10
Annexin 1: the new face of an old molecule.
[17215481] FASEB J 21(4): 968-75 (2007)
2010  
11
Anti-allergic drugs and the Annexin-A1 system.
[20631415] Pharmacol Rep 62(3): 511-7 (2010)

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