Medical Definition of Endonexin

1. Calcium dependent membrane binding protein located on the endoplasmic reticulum of fibroblasts. Isolated protein will bind to liposomes if 1-10 M calcium is present but not if the liposomes contain sphingomyelin or cholesterol. An analogous calcium dependent membrane binding protein, synexin, codistributes with endonexin and binds particularly to phosphatidyl serine. Another of the same class is p36, a component of brush border membrane, a target for the src gene tyrosine kinase and that binds phosphatidyl serine or inositol. This entry appears with permission from the Dictionary of Cell and Molecular Biology (22 Feb 2008)



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endomycetales
endomycorrhiza
endomycorrhizal
endomycorrhizas
endomyocardial
endomyocardial fibrosis
endomyocarditis
endomyometritis
endomysia
endomysium
endoneural
endoneurial
endoneuritis
endoneurium
endonexin (current term)
endonormative
endonormatively
endonuclease
endonuclease-integrase
endonuclease S1 Aspergillus
endonuclease Serratia marcescens
endonuclease s1
endonucleases
endonucleolus
endonucleolytic
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