Special Issue "Recent Developments in Annexin Biology"
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Interests: calcium; cell imaging; injury and repair; inflammation; membrane trafficking; mitochondria; muscle biology
Interests: membrane organization and dynamics; exo- and endocytosis; calcium-binding proteins; lipid-protein interactions
Interests: host–pathogen interactions; host intracellular compartments; drug repurposing
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To mark Annexins 2019, the 10th anniversary meeting of the biennial conference on Annexins, this Special Issue is aimed at sharing a sample of the recent advances in Annexin Biology that were presented at this meeting. With over 40 years since the discovery of Annexins, these proteins first identified for their calcium and membrane binding abilities continue to be recognized for their roles in a wide variety of biological processes. As the variety of biological processes that Annexins play a role in continues to expand, there is a growing need for understanding the properties and function of Annexins. The findings presented at the Annexins 2019 meeting offered such mechanistic insights into Annexin properties and into the role of these proteins in processes ranging from microbial infection, cell and tissue injury to inflammation and cancer, to name a few. While several other interesting biological aspects of Annexins were also discussed at the meeting, these were by no means exhaustive enough to cover all of the roles of Annexins that have been identified. The compilation of the findings and perspectives presented at this meeting and included in this Special Issue is intended to share these findings with a wider audience and encourage broad participation in understanding these abundant and omnipresent proteins that are still not fully understood.
Prof. Jyoti K. Jaiswal
Dr. Volker Gerke
Dr. Ursula Rescher
Dr. Lina Hsiu Kim Lim
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