The SOX10 protein belongs to the SOX genes family of transcription factors that bind to the minor groove in DNA. They are characterized by a homologous sequence called the HMG-box. SOX10 is known to be involved in regulation of embryonic development and determination of cell fate. It combines with other proteins to form complexes and acts as a transcriptional activator. It is very important for neural crest and peripheral nervous system development. SOX10 plays an important role in melanocytic cell differentiation. It can be used as a sensitive marker for melanoma.
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