Update: 24.09.2013
European Annexin Project, 1996 - 1999
The European Annexin Homepage was founded as the Homepage of the former European Collaborative Project BIO4CT960083.
Members of this project were:
  • The Groningen Group: Alain Brisson, University of Groningen, Netherlands
  • The London Group: Stephen E Moss, University College London, UK
  • The Martinsried Group: Robert Huber, Max-Planck-Institut für Biochemie, Germany
  • The Münster Group: Volker Gerke, University of Münster, Germany
  • The Orsay Group: Anita Lewit-Bently, Laboratoire pour l'Utilisation du Rayonnement Synchrotron (LURE), Orsay, France
  • The Paris Group: Francoise Russo-Marie, Institut Cochin de Genetique Moleculaire (ICGM), Paris, France
  • The Perugia Group: Rosario Donato, University of Perugia, Italy
Site History
18.09.13 11th version New visual design, update of the Annexin Sequence Database.
15.12.04 8th version Site is located on our own server.
11/04 7th version Re-programming of all pages to PHP and MySQL.
01.10.02 6th version Site now registered as http://www.annexins.org/.
01.02.02 6th version The Annexin Structure Database was added.
02.01.02 6th version New design of the Homepage. The Annexin Sequence Database is searchable.
15.09.01 5th version Moved to http://www24.brinkster.com/annexins/.
12/00 5th version Entirely re-programmed with HTML and ASP.
04.11.00 4th version Moved to http://user.prodigy.de/hofmanna/ec/.
02.10.00 4th version The Annexin Sequences page was newly designed. An index of old and new nomenclatures is installed.
03.08.00 4th version Two mirror sites running MPI für Biochemie (Europe): http://www.biochem.mpg.de/~ahofmanna/ec/, TBNS (US): http://www.tbns.net/hofmanna/ec/.
14.07.00 4th version Newly designed, major revision.
05.07.00 3rd version Moved to The Burgh Network Solutions.
12/98 2nd version Major revision and update.
13.01.98 1st version At Max-Planck-Institut für Biochemie.
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