Plant Transcription factor database - Universität Potsdam
version: 3.0

C2C2-GATA Family

Description

Lowry & Atchley. 2000: The GATA-binding transcription factors comprise a protein family whose members contain either one or two highly conserved zinc finger DNA-binding domains. Members of this group have been identified in organisms ranging from cellular slime mold to vertebrates, including plants, fungi, nematodes, insects, and echinoderms.

Members of this family
  SHOULD possess GATA domain

Domain alignments

Benchmark against A. thaliana

The Sensitivity and Positive Predictive Value (PPV) were assessed for this family. The data reported by Reyes et al. 2004 for A. thaliana were taken as gold standard.

The gold standard reported 29 members for this family, 29 of which are present in ArabTFDB, giving a PPV and a Sensitivity of 1.00.

This family is also present in:

References

General references

Lowry, JA; Atchley, WR. 2000. Molecular evolution of the GATA family of transcription factors: conservation within the DNA-binding domain. J. Mol. Evol. 50(2):103-15 PUBMEDID:10684344
Omichinski, JG; Clore, GM; Schaad, O; Felsenfeld, G; Trainor, C; Appella, E; Stahl, SJ; Gronenborn, AM. 1993. NMR structure of a specific DNA complex of Zn-containing DNA binding domain of GATA-1. Science 261(5120):438-46 PUBMEDID:8332909
Takatsuji, H. 1998. Zinc-finger transcription factors in plants. Cell. Mol. Life Sci. 54(6):582-96 PUBMEDID:9676577