The Human Endonexin II (ENX2) Gene Is Located at 4q28----q32
Cytogenetics and Cell Genetics
A relatively recently identified family of structurally similar Ca2(+)-dependent phospholipid binding proteins is called the annexin gene family. At least seven genes are known, although their exact functions are unclear. The endonexin II gene (ENX2), one member of the gene family, is assigned to 4q28----q32 using both Southern transfer analysis of human x rodent somatic cell hybrid DNAs and in situ chromosome hybridization. One of the lipocortin II genes, another annexin, had previously been assigned to the long arm of chromosome 4.
Modi, William; H. N. Seuanez; M. Jaye; H. J. Haigler; R. Kaplan; and Stephen J. O'Brien. 1989. "The Human Endonexin II (ENX2) Gene Is Located at 4q28----q32." Cytogenetics and Cell Genetics 52, (3-4): 167-169. http://nsuworks.nova.edu/cnso_bio_facarticles/340