PlantTFDB
Plant Transcription Factor Database
v4.0
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Eucalyptus camaldulensis
GATA Family
Species TF ID Description
EcC003705.30GATA family protein
EcC008330.10GATA family protein
EcC012760.10GATA family protein
EcC018151.10GATA family protein
EcC022275.10GATA family protein
EcC023187.10GATA family protein
EcC028057.20GATA family protein
EcC028521.10GATA family protein
EcC033675.40GATA family protein
EcC039516.20GATA family protein
EcC040945.10GATA family protein
EcC050611.10GATA family protein
EcC050801.10GATA family protein
EcC051183.20GATA family protein
EcC051371.20GATA family protein
EcC054296.10GATA family protein
EcC054809.10GATA family protein
EcC054953.60GATA family protein
EcC055011.160GATA family protein
EcC055196.40GATA family protein
EcC055222.270GATA 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