Plant Transcription factor database - Universität Potsdam
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Oryza sativa subsp. indica CSD Family

Description

Karlson & Ryozo. 2003: In this paper, we report the widespread occurrence of the nucleic acid-binding cold shock domain (CSD) in plants and identify the first eukaryotic homologs that are nearly identical to bacterial cold shock proteins (CSP). Using Arabidopsis as a model system, we determined that its four unique CSD genes are differentially regulated in response to low temperature.

Members of this family
  SHOULD possess CSD domain

Domain alignments

This family is also present in:

References

There are 4 gene models in this family



Gene modelDescriptionDomains
OsIBCD004870 Chr02_214,396,,,1,396, CSD
OsIBCD036499 Chr01_3518,297,,,1,297, CSD
OsIBCD040870 Chr05_1182,201,,,1,201, CSD
OsIBCD043438 Chr08_264,582,,,1,582, CSD zf-CCHC

General references

Coles, LS; Diamond, P; Lambrusco, L; Hunter, J; Burrows, J; Vadas, MA; Goodall, GJ. 2002. A novel mechanism of repression of the vascular endothelial growth factor promoter, by single strand DNA binding cold shock domain (Y-box) proteins in normoxic fibroblasts. Nucleic Acids Res. 30(22):4845-54 PUBMEDID:12433987
Coles, LS; Diamond, P; Occhiodoro, F; Vadas, MA; Shannon, MF. 1996. Cold shock domain proteins repress transcription from the GM-CSF promoter. Nucleic Acids Res. 24(12):2311-7 PUBMEDID:8710501
Karlson, D; Imai, R. 2003. Conservation of the cold shock domain protein family in plants. Plant Physiol. 131(1):12-5 PUBMEDID:12529510
Karlson, D; Nakaminami, K; Toyomasu, T; Imai, R. 2002. A cold-regulated nucleic acid-binding protein of winter wheat shares a domain with bacterial cold shock proteins. J. Biol. Chem. 277(38):35248-56 PUBMEDID:12122010
Nakaminami, K; Karlson, DT; Imai, R. 2006. Functional conservation of cold shock domains in bacteria and higher plants. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 103(26):10122-7 PUBMEDID:16788067