Plant Transcription factor database - Universität Potsdam
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Vitis vinifera HB Family


Kappen. 2000: The homeodomain is a DNA-binding motif within transcription factor proteins. These transcription factors may be involved in cell differentiation and control of cell growth, as well as patterning of diverse organisms.

Members of this family
  SHOULD possess Homeobox KNOX1 KNOX2 domains

Domain alignments

This family is also present in:


There are 81 gene models in this family

Gene modelDescriptionDomains
GSVIVP00000088001 HALZ Homeobox
GSVIVP00000239001 KNOX2
GSVIVP00000517001 HALZ Homeobox
GSVIVP00000869001 Homeobox START
GSVIVP00002753001 ELK Homeobox KNOX1 KNOX2
GSVIVP00002895001 Homeobox
GSVIVP00003020001 Homeobox
GSVIVP00003048001 Homeobox
GSVIVP00003734001 HALZ Homeobox
GSVIVP00003805001 Homeobox
GSVIVP00006904001 Homeobox START
GSVIVP00007373001 Homeobox START
GSVIVP00007830001 HALZ Homeobox
GSVIVP00008185001 HALZ Homeobox
GSVIVP00008723001 Homeobox
GSVIVP00008725001 Homeobox
GSVIVP00009253001 Homeobox PHD
GSVIVP00011041001 HALZ Homeobox
GSVIVP00011511001 Homeobox
GSVIVP00011513001 KNOX1 KNOX2
GSVIVP00012051001 HALZ Homeobox
GSVIVP00012167001 HALZ Homeobox
GSVIVP00012221001 HALZ Homeobox
GSVIVP00014546001 Homeobox POX
GSVIVP00014547001 Homeobox POX
GSVIVP00014694001 Homeobox
GSVIVP00014862001 Homeobox
GSVIVP00015015001 HALZ Homeobox
GSVIVP00015017001 ELK Homeobox KNOX1 KNOX2
GSVIVP00015181001 HALZ Homeobox
GSVIVP00015683001 Homeobox START
GSVIVP00016012001 Homeobox
GSVIVP00016046001 ELK Homeobox KNOX1 KNOX2
GSVIVP00017517001 Homeobox POX
GSVIVP00017818001 Homeobox
GSVIVP00017886001 KNOX2
GSVIVP00018188001 Homeobox MEKHLA START
GSVIVP00018282001 Homeobox
GSVIVP00018398001 Homeobox POX
GSVIVP00018645001 DDT Homeobox
GSVIVP00019099001 KNOX1 KNOX2
GSVIVP00019117001 HALZ Homeobox
GSVIVP00020757001 HALZ Homeobox
GSVIVP00020924001 HALZ Homeobox
GSVIVP00021404001 Homeobox POX
GSVIVP00021713001 Homeobox
GSVIVP00022256001 Homeobox
GSVIVP00022604001 ELK Homeobox KNOX1 KNOX2
GSVIVP00023474001 Homeobox START
GSVIVP00023566001 Homeobox
GSVIVP00024355001 Homeobox
GSVIVP00024432001 Homeobox
GSVIVP00024542001 Homeobox MEKHLA START
GSVIVP00024567001 Homeobox POX
GSVIVP00024986001 Homeobox
GSVIVP00025022001 Homeobox POX
GSVIVP00025398001 HALZ Homeobox
GSVIVP00025930001 ELK Homeobox
GSVIVP00025931001 KNOX1 KNOX2
GSVIVP00026038001 Homeobox START
GSVIVP00026135001 HALZ Homeobox
GSVIVP00026236001 Homeobox START
GSVIVP00027741001 Homeobox
GSVIVP00027762001 Homeobox
GSVIVP00028421001 Homeobox MEKHLA START
GSVIVP00028981001 HALZ Homeobox
GSVIVP00030483001 HALZ Homeobox
GSVIVP00030507001 Homeobox
GSVIVP00032172001 Homeobox POX
GSVIVP00032412001 Homeobox START
GSVIVP00032619001 Homeobox
GSVIVP00032729001 ELK KNOX2
GSVIVP00034328001 Homeobox MEKHLA START
GSVIVP00034385001 Homeobox START
GSVIVP00035919001 Homeobox POX
GSVIVP00036791001 Homeobox
GSVIVP00037014001 HALZ Homeobox
GSVIVP00037197001 HALZ Homeobox
GSVIVP00038902001 Homeobox POX

General references

Bharathan, G; Janssen, BJ; Kellogg, EA; Sinha, N. 1997. Did homeodomain proteins duplicate before the origin of angiosperms, fungi, and metazoa? Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 94(25):13749-53 PUBMEDID:9391098
Chan, RL; Gago, GM; Palena, CM; Gonzalez, DH. 1998. Homeoboxes in plant development. Biochim. Biophys. Acta 1442(1):1-19 PUBMEDID:9767075
Kappen, C. 2000. The homeodomain: an ancient evolutionary motif in animals and plants. Comput. Chem. 24(1):95-103 PUBMEDID:10642882
Scott, MP; Tamkun, JW; Hartzell, GW. 1989. The structure and function of the homeodomain. Biochim. Biophys. Acta 989(1):25-48 PUBMEDID:2568852