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Zinc finger protein

zinc

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Zinc finger proteins constitute the most extensive transcription factor family within the human genome. Their diverse configurations and functions make them adaptable to various biological processes, encompassing development, differentiation, metabolism, and autophagy. Recent decades have witnessed growing evidence implicating zinc finger proteins in cancer advancement. Nevertheless, the mechanisms underlying their involvement in cancer progression differ among various cancer types and can even vary within the same cancer type under different stress conditions. In this discussion, we explore the general mechanisms of zinc finger proteins in transcription regulation and provide an overview of recent research concerning their roles in cancer progression.

Follow the link of the selected polymorphism to read a brief description of how the selected polymorphism affects Zinc and see a list of existing studies.

SNP polymorphisms related to the topic Zinc:

rs13266634The zinc transporter gene SLC30A8 polymorphism is associated with type 2 diabetes.
rs1805087Moderate risk factor for hyperhomocysteinaemia. A factor that increases the body's need for folic acid and vitamin B12.
rs11558471In this breakdown, zinc intake can cause an increase in fasting glucose levels.
rs2769264Gene variants affecting copper, selenium and zinc content in blood.
rs10925257A marker of vitamin B12 deficiency and frailty in older women.
rs2466293A gene for autoantibodies to a zinc transporter, is associated with an increased risk of developing diabetes mellitus.
rs4908107
rs1505521
rs4646437
rs2072704
rs55901263
rs111811483
rs11781136
rs2047962
rs12522805
rs527392
rs1568569
rs595641
rs17366568
rs7113940
rs3821799
rs185949718
rs7678298
rs17060812
rs896378
rs10488695
rs13427170
rs7833266
rs182052
rs883396
rs2241767
rs1926740
rs11818989
rs692570
rs2497766
rs12358488
rs2497756
rs6482124
rs2497760
rs7893618
rs573264
rs402311
rs575707
rs848189
rs3781998
rs530532
rs1050631
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