PlantTFDB
Plant Transcription Factor Database
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Coffea canephora
GATA Family
Species TF ID Description
Cc01_g11010GATA family protein
Cc02_g11290GATA family protein
Cc02_g17010GATA family protein
Cc02_g20800GATA family protein
Cc02_g20830GATA family protein
Cc02_g30320GATA family protein
Cc02_g32450GATA family protein
Cc02_g34640GATA family protein
Cc03_g01210GATA family protein
Cc03_g07150GATA family protein
Cc03_g16300GATA family protein
Cc04_g00300GATA family protein
Cc04_g02680GATA family protein
Cc05_g02130GATA family protein
Cc06_g11380GATA family protein
Cc07_g09570GATA family protein
Cc07_g10350GATA family protein
Cc08_g09710GATA family protein
Cc08_g11450GATA family protein
Cc08_g11860GATA family protein
Cc10_g08490GATA family protein
Cc10_g08500GATA family protein
GATA Family Introduction

GATA factors were first identified as proteins that interact with conserved WGATAR (W = T or A; R = G or A) motifs involved in erythroid-specific gene expressionin vertebrates.

GATA factors are characterised by the presence of conserved, type-IV zinc-finger motifs Animal factors typically contain two C-x2-Cx17-C-x2-C zinc-finger domains. The majority of known fungal GATA factors contain a single C-x2-C-x17-C-x2-C finger with greatest similarity to the carboxyl (C) terminal finger of animal GATA factors.Several examples of fungal GATA factors containing a variant C-x2-C-x18-C-x2-C DNA-binding domain are also known.

Examples of both C-x2-C-x17-Cx2-C (Type IVa) and C-x2-C-x18-C-x2-C (Type IVb) GATA factors are found within fungi; animals onlycontain the former configuration, and plants only the latter. Plant GATA factors typically contain a single zinc finger. The Arabidopsis type-IV zinc-finger proteins may represent the previously defined family of nuclear GATA-binding proteins implicated in light-responsive transcription.

Teakle GR, Manfield IW, Graham JF, Gilmartin PM.
Arabidopsis thaliana GATA factors: organisation, expression and DNA-binding characteristics.
Plant Mol Biol. 2002 Sep;50(1):43-57.
PMID: 12139008