PlantRegMap/PlantTFDB v5.0
Plant Transcription Factor Database
Triticum aestivum
CAMTA Family
Species TF ID Description
TRAES3BF011000010CFD_t1CAMTA family protein
Traes_2AL_773EA7A5A.2CAMTA family protein
Traes_2AS_4C4190DEB.2CAMTA family protein
Traes_2AS_506D953C1.1CAMTA family protein
Traes_2AS_AE392E835.1CAMTA family protein
Traes_2BL_A89BDB407.2CAMTA family protein
Traes_2BS_00DF01F06.1CAMTA family protein
Traes_2BS_1A9DB766A.1CAMTA family protein
Traes_2BS_AF4D5351B.1CAMTA family protein
Traes_2DL_474B433DF.1CAMTA family protein
Traes_2DS_119508A0E.1CAMTA family protein
Traes_2DS_D05DC56BD.2CAMTA family protein
Traes_3AL_8EF6D8BB1.2CAMTA family protein
Traes_3DL_663081CEA.1CAMTA family protein
Traes_4AL_2F7E6536A.2CAMTA family protein
Traes_4BL_A37F6FD08.3CAMTA family protein
Traes_4DL_C2F35966E.2CAMTA family protein
Traes_5BL_92902F993.1CAMTA family protein
Traes_5DL_6A730A96A.2CAMTA family protein
Traes_7DS_7B303CBAF.1CAMTA family protein
CAMTA Family Introduction

The CAMTA family of calmodulin binding transcription factors comprises six members in Arabidopsis (Bouche et al., 2002; Finkler et al., 2007). Each protein includes an IQ domain for calmodulin binding; ankyrin repeats for protein interactions; the TIG domain, which has nonspecific DNA binding activity; and the CG-1 domain, which has specific DNA binding activity. The CG-1 domain recognizes the core consensus sequence, vCGCGb, referred to as the CG-1 element (da Costa e Silva, 1994). This sequence matches the CM2 sequence, CCGCGT, and overlaps the ICEr1 element. Thus, the possibility was raised that one or more of the CAMTA proteins might have a role in regulating CBF2 expression.

Finkler A, Ashery-Padan R, Fromm H.
CAMTAs: calmodulin-binding transcription activators from plants to human.
FEBS Lett, 2007. 581(21): p. 3893-8.
PMID: 17689537