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Annexin A11 was previously identified by the authors as being a specific autoantigen in immunoglobulin G4-related cholangitis (IRC), a B-cell driven disease affecting the bile ducts. It's role was elegantly described in the study that will be discussed in this Journal Club.

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  • Elinam Gayi

    Time for a second poll

    The protein ANO1:
    a. is upregulated in annexin A11 knockdown cholangiocytes
    b. plays a major role in vesicular trafficking in human cholangiocytes
    c. exports chloride on the apical surface of human cholangiocytes
    d. is mainly expressed in kupffer cells within the liver

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