PlantTFDB
PlantRegMap/PlantTFDB v5.0
Plant Transcription Factor Database
Previous version: v3.0 v4.0
Durio zibethinus
C3H Family
Species TF ID Description
XP_022715322.1C3H family protein
XP_022715323.1C3H family protein
XP_022715325.1C3H family protein
XP_022715326.1C3H family protein
XP_022715327.1C3H family protein
XP_022715328.1C3H family protein
XP_022717699.1C3H family protein
XP_022717706.1C3H family protein
XP_022718493.1C3H family protein
XP_022719585.1C3H family protein
XP_022719586.1C3H family protein
XP_022719594.1C3H family protein
XP_022720459.1C3H family protein
XP_022720460.1C3H family protein
XP_022721308.1C3H family protein
XP_022721309.1C3H family protein
XP_022721310.1C3H family protein
XP_022721311.1C3H family protein
XP_022721312.1C3H family protein
XP_022721313.1C3H family protein
XP_022721314.1C3H family protein
XP_022721316.1C3H family protein
XP_022721923.1C3H family protein
XP_022722604.1C3H family protein
XP_022722605.1C3H family protein
XP_022724799.1C3H family protein
XP_022724808.1C3H family protein
XP_022725804.1C3H family protein
XP_022726550.1C3H family protein
XP_022726552.1C3H family protein
XP_022727103.1C3H family protein
XP_022727987.1C3H family protein
XP_022727988.1C3H family protein
XP_022729322.1C3H family protein
XP_022729323.1C3H family protein
XP_022729324.1C3H family protein
XP_022729433.1C3H family protein
XP_022729441.1C3H family protein
XP_022729450.1C3H family protein
XP_022730117.1C3H family protein
XP_022730221.1C3H family protein
XP_022731141.1C3H family protein
XP_022731958.1C3H family protein
XP_022731959.1C3H family protein
XP_022732213.1C3H family protein
XP_022734182.1C3H family protein
XP_022734686.1C3H family protein
XP_022737036.1C3H family protein
XP_022738212.1C3H family protein
XP_022738597.1C3H family protein
XP_022739364.1C3H family protein
XP_022739365.1C3H family protein
XP_022739366.1C3H family protein
XP_022739367.1C3H family protein
XP_022739368.1C3H family protein
XP_022739369.1C3H family protein
XP_022739935.1C3H family protein
XP_022740949.1C3H family protein
XP_022740950.1C3H family protein
XP_022741058.1C3H family protein
XP_022741067.1C3H family protein
XP_022741076.1C3H family protein
XP_022741079.1C3H family protein
XP_022741080.1C3H family protein
XP_022741081.1C3H family protein
XP_022742014.1C3H family protein
XP_022742015.1C3H family protein
XP_022742016.1C3H family protein
XP_022742417.1C3H family protein
XP_022742461.1C3H family protein
XP_022742462.1C3H family protein
XP_022742464.1C3H family protein
XP_022742979.1C3H family protein
XP_022742985.1C3H family protein
XP_022742991.1C3H family protein
XP_022743021.1C3H family protein
XP_022743039.1C3H family protein
XP_022743046.1C3H family protein
XP_022743659.1C3H family protein
XP_022745476.1C3H family protein
XP_022745477.1C3H family protein
XP_022745710.1C3H family protein
XP_022745711.1C3H family protein
XP_022745900.1C3H family protein
XP_022747610.1C3H family protein
XP_022747616.1C3H family protein
XP_022748928.1C3H family protein
XP_022749300.1C3H family protein
XP_022749302.1C3H family protein
XP_022749303.1C3H family protein
XP_022749304.1C3H family protein
XP_022749718.1C3H family protein
XP_022749719.1C3H family protein
XP_022750121.1C3H family protein
XP_022750948.1C3H family protein
XP_022750949.1C3H family protein
XP_022750950.1C3H family protein
XP_022751435.1C3H family protein
XP_022751724.1C3H family protein
XP_022752640.1C3H family protein
XP_022754068.1C3H family protein
XP_022754868.1C3H family protein
XP_022754870.1C3H family protein
XP_022754880.1C3H family protein
XP_022754881.1C3H family protein
XP_022754882.1C3H family protein
XP_022755114.1C3H family protein
XP_022755115.1C3H family protein
XP_022755897.1C3H family protein
XP_022756229.1C3H family protein
XP_022756355.1C3H family protein
XP_022756445.1C3H family protein
XP_022756768.1C3H family protein
XP_022756781.1C3H family protein
XP_022757237.1C3H family protein
XP_022758058.1C3H family protein
XP_022758059.1C3H family protein
XP_022758060.1C3H family protein
XP_022758061.1C3H family protein
XP_022758062.1C3H family protein
XP_022758063.1C3H family protein
XP_022758992.1C3H family protein
XP_022759952.1C3H family protein
XP_022760519.1C3H family protein
XP_022761866.1C3H family protein
XP_022761867.1C3H family protein
XP_022763174.1C3H family protein
XP_022763175.1C3H family protein
XP_022763177.1C3H family protein
XP_022764990.1C3H family protein
XP_022766704.1C3H family protein
XP_022766705.1C3H family protein
XP_022766802.1C3H family protein
XP_022766804.1C3H family protein
XP_022768073.1C3H family protein
XP_022770014.1C3H family protein
XP_022770076.1C3H family protein
XP_022770077.1C3H family protein
XP_022770999.1C3H family protein
XP_022771000.1C3H family protein
XP_022771732.1C3H family protein
XP_022771733.1C3H family protein
XP_022776504.1C3H family protein
XP_022776505.1C3H family protein
C3H Family Introduction

One gene isolated by virtual subtraction is PEI. It encodes a protein containing a Cys3His zinc finger domain associated with a number of animal and fungal transcription factors. In situ hybridization results showed that PEI1 is expressed throughout the embryo from globular to late cotyledon stage. Transgenic Arabidopsis plants expressing a PEI1 antisense gene produced white seeds in which embryo development did not progress through heart stage. Aberrant embryos failed to form cotyledons, but the embryonic root appeared to be normal. Aberrant embryos did not turn green, and the expression of genes involved in photomorphogenesis was drastically attenuated. In culture, aberrant embryos did not form true leaves, but root formation was apparently normal. These results suggest that PEI1 is an embryo-specific transcription factor that plays an important role during Arabidopsis embryogenesis, functioning primarily in the apical domain of the embryo.

we used a random binding site selection method to show that recombinant PEI1 protein purified from Escherichia coli can bind to specific DNA sequences. This DNA binding activity supports the prediction that PEI1 is an embryo-specific transcription factor.

Z Li and T L Thomas.
PEI1, an embryo-specific zinc finger protein gene required for heart-stage embryo formation in Arabidopsis.
Plant Cell, 1998. 10(3): p. 383-98.
PMID: 9501112