PlantTFDB
Plant Transcription Factor Database
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Dorcoceras hygrometricum
B3 Family
Species TF ID Description
KZV14225.1B3 family protein
KZV14338.1B3 family protein
KZV16463.1B3 family protein
KZV17764.1B3 family protein
KZV20607.1B3 family protein
KZV21793.1B3 family protein
KZV24857.1B3 family protein
KZV24985.1B3 family protein
KZV25786.1B3 family protein
KZV28896.1B3 family protein
KZV34032.1B3 family protein
KZV34918.1B3 family protein
KZV36067.1B3 family protein
KZV37041.1B3 family protein
KZV37129.1B3 family protein
KZV37446.1B3 family protein
KZV37447.1B3 family protein
KZV39754.1B3 family protein
KZV40729.1B3 family protein
KZV41509.1B3 family protein
KZV42050.1B3 family protein
KZV45208.1B3 family protein
KZV45354.1B3 family protein
KZV46498.1B3 family protein
KZV49751.1B3 family protein
KZV51983.1B3 family protein
KZV54134.1B3 family protein
KZV54549.1B3 family protein
KZV55554.1B3 family protein
KZV55680.1B3 family protein
KZV55791.1B3 family protein
B3 Family Introduction

The plant-specific B3 superfamily encompasses well-characterized families, such as the auxin response factor (ARF) family and the LAV family, as well as less well understood families, such as RAV and REM.

All members of the B3 superfamily contain an ~ 110 amino acid region called the B3 domain. This domain was initially named because it was the third basic domain in the maize gene VIVIPAROUS1 (VP1). The first and second basic domains (B1 and B2) are specific to the VP1-like proteins, but genes that contain the B3 domain are widespread in plant genomes. The B3 domain of VP1 encodes a sequence-specific DNA binding activity.

Swaminathan K, Peterson K, Jack T.
The plant B3 superfamily.
Trends Plant Sci, 2008. 13(12): p. 647-55.
PMID: 18986826

Note: In plantTFDB, B3 family includes LAV family, REM family, and RAV family (those do not contain AP2 domain).