Plant Transcription factor database - Universität Potsdam
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Zea mays DDT Family

Description

Doerks et al. 2001: Homology-based sequence analyses have revealed the presence of a novel domain (DDT) in bromodomain PHD finger transcription factors (BPTFs), chromatin remodeling factors of the BAZ-family and other putative nuclear proteins. This domain is characterized by a number of conserved aromatic and charged residues and is predicted to consist of three alpha helices. Recent studies indicate a likely DNA-binding function for the DDT domain.

Members of this family
  SHOULD possess DDT domain
  SHOULD NOT possess Alfin-like Homeobox domains

Domain alignments

This family is also present in:

References

There are 18 gene models in this family



Gene modelDescriptionDomains
GRMZM2G000139_P02 DDT
GRMZM2G014185_P01 DDT PHD
GRMZM2G064145_P01 DDT
GRMZM2G064145_P02 DDT
GRMZM2G064145_P03 DDT
GRMZM2G064145_P04 DDT
GRMZM2G064145_P05 DDT
GRMZM2G064145_P06 DDT
GRMZM2G064145_P07 DDT WAC_Acf1_DNA_bd
GRMZM2G125294_P02 DDT
GRMZM2G128176_P01 AT_hook DDT PHD
GRMZM2G128176_P02 AT_hook DDT PHD
GRMZM2G128176_P03 AT_hook DDT PHD
GRMZM2G128176_P04 DDT
GRMZM2G137072_P01 DDT WAC_Acf1_DNA_bd
GRMZM2G137072_P02 DDT
GRMZM2G137072_P03 DDT
GRMZM2G137072_P04 DDT

General references

Doerks, T; Copley, R; Bork, P. 2001. DDT -- a novel domain in different transcription and chromosome remodeling factors. Trends Biochem. Sci. 26(3):145-6 PUBMEDID:11246006