Plant Transcription factor database - Universität Potsdam
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Sorghum bicolor FHA Family


Hofmann & Bucher 1995: The typical FHA domain comprises approximately 55-75 amino acids and contains three highly conserved blocks separated by more divergent spacer regions.

From PFAMThe domain is present in a diverse range of proteins, such as kinases, phosphatases, kinesins, transcription factors, RNA-binding proteins and metabolic enzymes which partake in many different cellular processes - DNA repair, signal transduction, vesicular transport and protein degradation are just a few examples.

Members of this family
  SHOULD possess FHA domain

Domain alignments

This family is also present in:


There are 15 gene models in this family

Gene modelDescriptionDomains
148884 estExt_fgenesh1_kg.C_chr_50071 FHA
4746977 estExt_Genewise1.C_chr_21303 FHA PP2C
4767676 estExt_Genewise1.C_chr_95043 FHA
4819987 e_gw1.5.16531.1 FHA
4864042 e_gw1.10.3077.1 FHA
4887748 estExt_Genewise1Plus.C_chr_65401 FAD_binding_3 FHA
4891592 estExt_Genewise1Plus.C_chr_77556 FHA
4997321 estExt_fgenesh1_pg.C_chr_11989 FHA
4998242 estExt_fgenesh1_pg.C_chr_13861 FHA
4998984 estExt_fgenesh1_pg.C_chr_15010 FHA
5028361 Sb01g009230 FHA
5039668 Sb05g004620 FHA
5045963 Sb09g004900 FHA
5048560 Sb01g015320 FHA
5059268 Sb08g001890 FHA

General references

Durocher, D; Jackson, SP. 2002. The FHA domain. FEBS Lett. 513(1):58-66 PUBMEDID:11911881
Hofmann, K; Bucher, P. 1995. The FHA domain: a putative nuclear signalling domain found in protein kinases and transcription factors. Trends Biochem. Sci. 20(9):347-9 PUBMEDID:7482699