PlantTFDB
Plant Transcription Factor Database
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Arachis hypogaea
MYB_related Family
Species TF ID Description
Ahy001727MYB_related family protein
Ahy001916MYB_related family protein
Ahy003413MYB_related family protein
Ahy003773MYB_related family protein
Ahy007150MYB_related family protein
Ahy007174MYB_related family protein
Ahy007334MYB_related family protein
Ahy008520MYB_related family protein
Ahy008870MYB_related family protein
Ahy008948MYB_related family protein
Ahy009161MYB_related family protein
Ahy009277MYB_related family protein
Ahy009709MYB_related family protein
Ahy011143MYB_related family protein
Ahy011271MYB_related family protein
Ahy011494MYB_related family protein
Ahy011947MYB_related family protein
Ahy012075MYB_related family protein
Ahy013319MYB_related family protein
Ahy013883MYB_related family protein
Ahy014103MYB_related family protein
Ahy014511MYB_related family protein
Ahy014982MYB_related family protein
Ahy015582MYB_related family protein
Ahy016009MYB_related family protein
Ahy016940MYB_related family protein
Ahy017234MYB_related family protein
Ahy017833MYB_related family protein
Ahy017934MYB_related family protein
Ahy018395MYB_related family protein
Ahy018875MYB_related family protein
Ahy019145MYB_related family protein
Ahy019279MYB_related family protein
Ahy019716MYB_related family protein
Ahy019864MYB_related family protein
Ahy020297MYB_related family protein
Ahy020771MYB_related family protein
Ahy020800MYB_related family protein
Ahy020845MYB_related family protein
Ahy021194MYB_related family protein
Ahy021535MYB_related family protein
Ahy022263MYB_related family protein
Ahy022850MYB_related family protein
Ahy011934MYB_related family protein
MYB_related Family Introduction

A novel myb-like gene (AtmybL2) was isolated from an Arabidopsis thaliana cDNA library. The single copy gene was localised on chromosome I. A gene specific transcript is preferentially found in leaves. The predicted gene product consists of a conservative N-terminal myb-domain known to be involved in DNA-binding and a unique proline-rich C-terminal part. Remarkably, the myb-domain includes only one of the typical two or three tryptophan repeats found in other myb-like proteins.

Kirik V, Baumlein H.
A novel leaf-specific myb-related protein with a single binding repeat
Gene. 1996 Dec 12;183(1-2):109-13.
PMID: 8996094