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Annexin A5

Apoptosis

Efferocytosis

Phosphatidylserine

TIM protein family

TIM1

TIM3

TIM4

2001  
1
Phosphatidylserine, a death knell.
[11536005] Cell Death Differ 8(6): 551-63 (2001)
1998  
2
The role of phosphatidylserine in recognition of apoptotic cells by phagocytes.
[10200509] Cell Death Differ 5(7): 551-62 (1998)
2008  
3
Phosphatidylserine and phosphatidylethanolamine in mammalian cells: two metabolically related aminophospholipids.
[18204094] J Lipid Res 49(7): 1377-87 (2008)
2003  
4
Regulation of transbilayer plasma membrane phospholipid asymmetry.
[12576505] J Lipid Res 44(2): 233-42 (2003)
2007  
5
New phosphatidylserine receptors: clearance of apoptotic cells and more.
[18061557] Dev Cell 13(6): 759-60 (2007)
2000  
6
Oxidative signaling pathway for externalization of plasma membrane phosphatidylserine during apoptosis.
[10899301] FEBS Lett 477(1-2): 1-7 (2000)
2004  
7
Clearance of apoptotic cells: getting rid of the corpses.
[15125832] Mol Cell 14(3): 277-87 (2004)
2010  
8
TIM genes: a family of cell surface phosphatidylserine receptors that regulate innate and adaptive immunity.
[20536563] Immunol Rev 235(1): 172-89 (2010)
2010  
9
Phosphatidylserine targeting for diagnosis and treatment of human diseases.
[20440562] Apoptosis 15(9): 1072-82 (2010)

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