Plant Transcription factor database - Universität Potsdam
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Vitis vinifera HSF Family

Description

Wu. 1995: Organisms respond to elevated temperatures and to chemical and physiological stresses by an increase in the synthesis of heat shock proteins. The regulation of heat shock gene expression in eukaryotes is mediated by the conserved heat shock transcription factor (HSF). HSF is present in a latent state under normal conditions; it is activated upon heat stress by induction of trimerization and high-affinity binding to DNA and by exposure of domains for transcriptional activity. Analysis of HSF cDNA clones from many species has defined structural and regulatory regions responsible for the inducible activities. The heat stress signal is thought to be transduced to HSF by changes in the physical environment, in the activity of HSF-modifying enzymes, or by changes in the intracellular level of heat shock proteins.

Members of this family
  SHOULD possess HSF_DNA-bind domain

Domain alignments

This family is also present in:

References

There are 19 gene models in this family



Gene modelDescriptionDomains
GSVIVP00001119001 HSF_DNA-bind
GSVIVP00007367001 HSF_DNA-bind
GSVIVP00013075001 HSF_DNA-bind
GSVIVP00013429001 HSF_DNA-bind
GSVIVP00014007001 HSF_DNA-bind
GSVIVP00014836001 HSF_DNA-bind
GSVIVP00015710001 HSF_DNA-bind
GSVIVP00016537001 HSF_DNA-bind
GSVIVP00016746001 HSF_DNA-bind
GSVIVP00017248001 HSF_DNA-bind
GSVIVP00018812001 HSF_DNA-bind
GSVIVP00019488001 HSF_DNA-bind
GSVIVP00020055001 HSF_DNA-bind
GSVIVP00021673001 HSF_DNA-bind
GSVIVP00023801001 HSF_DNA-bind
GSVIVP00025614001 HSF_DNA-bind
GSVIVP00030611001 HSF_DNA-bind
GSVIVP00032192001 HSF_DNA-bind
GSVIVP00035821001 HSF_DNA-bind

General references

Baniwal, SK; Bharti, K; Chan, KY; Fauth, M; Ganguli, A; Kotak, S; Mishra, SK; Nover, L; Port, M; Scharf, KD; Tripp, J; Weber, C; Zielinski, D; von Koskull-Döring, P. 2004. Heat stress response in plants: a complex game with chaperones and more than twenty heat stress transcription factors. J. Biosci. 29(4):471-87 PUBMEDID:15625403
Fujita, A; Kikuchi, Y; Kuhara, S; Misumi, Y; Matsumoto, S; Kobayashi, H. 1989. Domains of the SFL1 protein of yeasts are homologous to Myc oncoproteins or yeast heat-shock transcription factor. Gene 85(2):321-8 PUBMEDID:2697640
Nover, L; Scharf, KD; Gagliardi, D; Vergne, P; Czarnecka-Verner, E; Gurley, WB. 1996. The Hsf world: classification and properties of plant heat stress transcription factors. Cell Stress Chaperones 1(4):215-23 PUBMEDID:9222607
Wu, C. 1995. Heat shock transcription factors: structure and regulation. Annu. Rev. Cell Dev. Biol. 11:441-69 PUBMEDID:8689565