Plant Transcription Factor Database
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The human NF-X1 protein and homologous proteins in eukaryotes represent a class of transcription factors which are characterised by NF-X1 type zinc finger motifs. The Arabidopsis genome encodes two NF-X1 homologs, which we termed AtNFXL1 and AtNFXL2.
The Arabidopsis AtNFXL1 and AtNFXL2 proteins are characterized by NF-X1 type zinc fingers, which potentially mediate DNA binding, and PHD finger motifs, which potentially mediate protein interactions. The AtNFXL1 protein is part of a regulatory mechanism, which improves the physiological status of plants and supports growth and survival under stress.
Lisso J, Altmann T, Mussig C.
The AtNFXL1 gene encodes a NF-X1 type zinc finger protein required for growth under salt stress.
FEBS Lett, 2006. 580(20): p. 4851-6.