c-Maf is part of the Maf family of transcription factors that possess a conserved basic region and a leucine zipper domain that mediate DNA and protein-protein binding and plays an important role in tissue-specific gene regulation and cell differentiation. c-Maf is a transcriptional activator of interleukin 4 and 10 in T-cells, and is involved in lens fiber cell differentiation. c-Maf translocation has been observed in human multiple myeloma and may be oncogenic.
Alternative names for
c-Maf Antibody include Maf antibody,
c-Maf long form antibody,
Transcription factor Maf antibody,
V-maf musculoaponeurotic fibrosarcoma oncogene homolog antibody,
avian musculoaponeurotic fibrosarcomav-maf) AS42 oncogene homolog antibody,
transcription factor Maf antibody,
proto-oncogene c-maf antibody.