Pannexin channels and their links to human disease.
London, Canada. In Biochem J, 2014
Although the pannexin family consists of only three members (Panx1, Panx2 and Panx3), one or more of these pannexins are expressed in virtually every mammalian organ, implicating their potential role in a diverse array of pathophysiologies.
The pannexins: past and present.
Bethesda, United States. In Front Physiol, 2013
Three distinct Panx paralogs (Panx1, Panx2, and Panx3) are shared among the major vertebrate phyla, but they appear to have suppressed (or even lost) their ability to directly couple adjacent cells.
Pannexin 2 protein expression is not restricted to the CNS.
Vancouver, Canada. In Front Cell Neurosci, 2013
Three distinct Panx paralogs (Panx1, Panx2 and Panx3) have been identified in vertebrates but previous reports on Panx expression and functionality focused primarily on Panx1 and Panx3 proteins.
An update on the GLOB blood group system and collection.
Lund, Sweden. In Immunohematology, 2012
Other related glycolipid structures, the LKE and PX2 antigens, remain in the GLOB blood group collection pending further evidence about the genes and gene products responsible for their synthesis.