PlantTFDB
Plant Transcription Factor Database
v4.0
Previous version: v1.0, v2.0, v3.0
Elaeis guineensis
NF-YA Family
Species TF ID Description
XP_010905422.1NF-YA family protein
XP_010905423.1NF-YA family protein
XP_010905424.1NF-YA family protein
XP_010905425.1NF-YA family protein
XP_010906030.1NF-YA family protein
XP_010906031.1NF-YA family protein
XP_010906032.1NF-YA family protein
XP_010907709.1NF-YA family protein
XP_010907710.1NF-YA family protein
XP_010907711.1NF-YA family protein
XP_010909039.1NF-YA family protein
XP_010909040.1NF-YA family protein
XP_010909041.1NF-YA family protein
XP_010909042.1NF-YA family protein
XP_010909043.1NF-YA family protein
XP_010909044.1NF-YA family protein
XP_010909045.1NF-YA family protein
XP_010909046.1NF-YA family protein
XP_010909047.1NF-YA family protein
XP_010910375.1NF-YA family protein
XP_010910376.1NF-YA family protein
XP_010910377.1NF-YA family protein
XP_010910378.1NF-YA family protein
XP_010910379.1NF-YA family protein
XP_010917240.1NF-YA family protein
XP_010917241.1NF-YA family protein
XP_010917242.1NF-YA family protein
XP_010923674.1NF-YA family protein
XP_010923675.1NF-YA family protein
XP_010923676.1NF-YA family protein
XP_010923677.1NF-YA family protein
XP_010936981.1NF-YA family protein
XP_010936983.1NF-YA family protein
XP_010939931.1NF-YA family protein
XP_010939932.1NF-YA family protein
XP_010939933.1NF-YA family protein
XP_010939934.1NF-YA family protein
NF-YA Family Introduction

NF-Y transcription factors are likely found in all eukaryotes and have roles in the regulation of diverse genes (McNabb et al., 1995; Edwards et al., 1998; Maity and de Crombrugghe, 1998; Mantovani, 1999). In mammals, where their biochemistry is well described, the NF-Y transcription factor complex is composed of three unique subunits: NF-YA, NF-YB, and NF-YC. Assembly of the NF-Y heterotrimer in mammals follows a strict, stepwise pattern (Sinha et al., 1995, 1996). Initially, a heterodimer is formed in the cytoplasm between the subunits NF-YB and NF-YC. This dimer then translocates to the nucleus, where the third subunit, NF-YA, is recruited to generate the mature, heterotrimeric NF-Y transcription factor (Frontini et al., 2004; Kahle et al., 2005). Mature NF-Y binds promoters with the core pentamer nucleotide sequence CCAAT, and this can result in either positive or negative transcriptional regulation(Peng and Jahroudi, 2002, 2003; Ceribelli et al., 2008).

NF-YA proteins are characterized by the presence of Gln(Q)- and Ser/Thr(S/T)-rich NH2 termini, a subunit interaction domain (NF-YB/NF-YC interaction), and a DNA-binding domain (Olesen and Guarente, 1990; Maity and de Crombrugghe, 1992; Xing et al., 1993, 1994). The protein interaction and DNA binding domains are well conserved between plant and other eukaryote lineages.

Siefers N, Dang KK, Kumimoto RW, Bynum WE 4th, Tayrose G, Holt BF 3rd.
Tissue-specific expression patterns of Arabidopsis NF-Y transcription factors suggest potential for extensive combinatorial complexity.
Plant Physiol, 2009. 149(2): p. 625-41.
PMID: 19019982