Scaffold attachment factor B1 (SAFB1) is a chromatin associated protein that interacts with DNA elements termed S/MARs (scaffold or matrix attachment regions) but is not part of the nuclear matrix. SAFB1 is ubiquitously expressed and appears to be a multifunctional protein involved in chromatin organization, mRNA processing and transcriptional regulation. SAFB1 has been demonstrated to interact with and function as a corepressor with many nuclear receptors such as estrogen receptor-alpha, PPAR-gamma, and FXR-alpha.
Alternative names for
SAFB1 Antibody include SAFB antibody,
Scaffold attachment factor B1 antibody,
HSP27 estrogen response element-TATA box-binding protein antibody,
HSP27 ERE-TATA-binding protein antibody,
scaffold attachment factor B antibody,
scaffold attachment factor B1 antibody,
Hsp27 ERE-TATA binding protein antibody,
glutathione S-transferase fusion protein antibody,
heat-shock proteinHSP27) estrogen response element and TATA box-binding protein antibody.