ZNF438, also known as Zinc Finger Protein 438, is a member of the zinc finger protein family, which is characterized by the presence of zinc finger domains that mediate DNA binding and protein-protein interactions. These proteins are involved in various cellular processes, including transcriptional regulation, chromatin remodeling, and RNA processing. One of the primary functions of ZNF438 is its role as a transcription factor or regulator of gene expression. Through its zinc finger domains, ZNF438 binds to specific DNA sequences within the genome, thereby modulating the transcription of target genes. By interacting with other transcriptional regulators, chromatin-modifying enzymes, or transcriptional co-factors,...


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