Figure 1.

The phylogenetic distribution of annexins. A tree showing the classification of annexins into five families, ANXA to ANXE, which correspond with different eukaryotic lineages that originated at different periods over the past 1,200 million years (Mya, million years ago). Names of the vertebrate annexins are shown, but those of other members of the superfamily are omitted for simplicity.

Moss and Morgan Genome Biology 2004 5:219  
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