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0 TIAB Function, expression and localization of annexin A7 in platelets and red blood cells: Insights deriv 5 1818 1148 show
1 Background Annexin A7 is a Ca2+- and phospholipid-binding protein, which was isolated as the agent that mediate 5 5326 3387 show
2 Results Annexin A7 expression in red blood cells, red blood cell derived exovesicles and in platelets Salzer 5 2910 2149 show
3 Results The lack of annexin A7 changes red blood cell morphology and osmotic resistance As annexin A7 is a c 5 3101 2104 show
4 Results The lack of annexin A7 affects primary haemostasis ex vivo The use of an advanced electronic cell co 5 2399 1381 show
5 Discussion Annexin A7 is thought to have a role in vesicle fusion and in regulating and stabilizing membrane do 5 7479 4437 show
6 Conclusions In this paper we report the presence of both annexin A7 isoforms in red blood cells where they are a 5 730 445 show
7 Methods Acquisition of murine and human blood samples Blood from 129Sv wild type and annexin A7 knock out mi 5 1588 932 show
8 Methods Self forming iodixanol density gradients of human red blood cells The subcellular distribution of an 5 1205 752 show
9 Methods Exovesicle generation from human and murine red blood cells Red blood cells naturally can form hemog 5 1343 842 show
10 Methods Acetylcholine esterase assay A 30 μl sample of red blood cell vesicles was mixed with an equal volum 5 575 407 show
11 Methods Determination of the osmotic resistance of red blood cells A Na2HPO4/NaH2PO4 buffered NaCl gradient 5 608 382 show
12 Methods Platelet aggregation assay Approximately 500 μl of murine blood were centrifuged at 200 × g for 15 m 5 1510 870 show
13 Methods Miscellaneous methods For standard haematopoetic measurements and cell counts on murine and human bl 5 1628 931 show
14 Caption-Figure 1 Expression of annexin A7 in human red blood cells (1) and human platelets (2). Protein homogenates w 5 373 261 show
15 Caption-Figure 2 Enrichment of annexin A7 and sorcin in exovesicles derived from red blood cells. Vesicles from wild 5 625 411 show
16 Caption-Figure 3 Association of annexin A7 and sorcin with distinct red blood cell plasma membrane fractions. Lysed h 5 355 239 show
17 Caption-Figure 4 Dark field microscopy of red blood cells from anxA7-/- mutant (B) and wild type mice (A). The mean c 5 237 186 show
18 Caption-Figure 5 Osmotic resistance curves of red blood cells from wild type and anxA7-/- mutant mice. The osmotic re 5 540 360 show
19 Caption-Figure 6 Platelet aggregation curves from platelet rich plasma of annexin A7 knock out and wild type mice. Th 5 1071 604 show