MAZ (MYC-associated zinc finger protein), also known as SAF-1 (serum amyloid A activating factor 1, is a C2H2-type zinc finger protein. MAZ/SAF-1 was identified as a factor that associates with the c-myc P2 promoter. MAZ/SAF-1 has been shown to bind the promoter regions of several genes and function as a transcription factor in the inflammatory response.
Alternative names for
SAF-1/MAZ Antibody include Pur-1 antibody,
Myc-associated zinc finger protein antibody,
Purine-binding transcription factor antibody,
Serum amyloid A-activating factor-1 antibody,
Transcription factor Zif87 antibody,
Zinc finger protein 801 antibody,
MYC-associated zinc finger proteinpurine-binding transcription factor) antibody,
myc-associated zinc finger protein antibody,
zinc finger protein 801 antibody,
transcription factor Zif87 antibody,
serum amyloid A activating factor 1 antibody,
serum amyloid A activating factor 2 antibody,
serum amyloid A-activating factor-1 antibody,
zinc-finger protein, 87 kilodaltons antibody.