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Zinc finger protein 335
NIF-1, NIF-2, NRC-interacting factor 1
The protein encoded by this gene enhances transcriptional activation by ligand-bound nuclear hormone receptors. However, it does this not by direct interaction with the receptor, but by direct interaction with the nuclear hormone receptor transcriptional coactivator NRC. The encoded protein may function by altering local chromatin structure. [provided by RefSeq, Jul 2008] (from
Ip et al., Hong Kong, Hong Kong. In Neuroscience, Apr 2015
Nuclear hormone receptor coregulator-interacting factor 1 (NIF-1) is a zinc finger nuclear protein that was initially identified to enhance nuclear hormone receptor transcription via its interaction with nuclear hormone receptor coregulator (NRC).
Vlahou et al., Athens, Greece. In J Proteome Res, 2013
The differential expression of two candidate biomarkers, histone H2B and NIF-1 (zinc finger 335) in BC, was verified in independent sets of urine samples by ELISA and by immunohistochemical analysis of BC tissue.
Samuels et al., New York City, United States. In Mol Endocrinol, 2007
Activation of p53 by NRC appears to involve a novel mechanism where NRC interacts indirectly with p53 through Trap80, a member of the mediator complex, which binds NRC interacting factor-1 (NIF-1), which interacts with and potentiates the effect of NRC.
Hogg et al., Lincoln, United Kingdom. In Nature, 1989
Part of this sequence is identical to the neutrophil immobilizing factors NIF-1 and NIF-2, indicating that the phosphorylation event could have a role in the generation of NIF activity in the p14 protein.
The larger (NIF-1) and smaller (NIF-2) of the polypeptides were resolved by filtration on Bio-Gel P6 and purified to homogeneity by sequential reverse-phase high performance liquid chromatography and paper electrophoresis.