Y-Box-Protein-1: The Y-Box-Protein-1 has many biological functions, including transcriptional and translational control, DNA repair, drug resistance, and cell proliferation.
YKL-40: A member of the chitinase glycoprotein family, it has been
reported to be involved in angiogenesis and matrix degradation. However,
its exact function remains unknown.
YY1: Although characterized as a transcriptional repressor, YY1 is perhaps a multifunctional transcription factor that can either activate or repress transcription, depending upon promoter contextual differences, or specific protein interactions.