PlantTFDB
Plant Transcription Factor Database
v4.0
Previous version: v1.0, v2.0, v3.0
Elaeis guineensis
bZIP Family
Species TF ID Description
XP_010904690.1bZIP family protein
XP_010904691.1bZIP family protein
XP_010905948.1bZIP family protein
XP_010905949.1bZIP family protein
XP_010907103.1bZIP family protein
XP_010907104.1bZIP family protein
XP_010907113.1bZIP family protein
XP_010907115.1bZIP family protein
XP_010907582.1bZIP family protein
XP_010907583.1bZIP family protein
XP_010907584.1bZIP family protein
XP_010907586.1bZIP family protein
XP_010907998.1bZIP family protein
XP_010909006.1bZIP family protein
XP_010909305.1bZIP family protein
XP_010909527.1bZIP family protein
XP_010910851.1bZIP family protein
XP_010911133.1bZIP family protein
XP_010911966.1bZIP family protein
XP_010911997.1bZIP family protein
XP_010911998.1bZIP family protein
XP_010912001.1bZIP family protein
XP_010912002.1bZIP family protein
XP_010912003.1bZIP family protein
XP_010912083.1bZIP family protein
XP_010912084.1bZIP family protein
XP_010912286.1bZIP family protein
XP_010912287.1bZIP family protein
XP_010912288.1bZIP family protein
XP_010912402.1bZIP family protein
XP_010912636.1bZIP family protein
XP_010912775.1bZIP family protein
XP_010912776.1bZIP family protein
XP_010913775.1bZIP family protein
XP_010913776.1bZIP family protein
XP_010913870.1bZIP family protein
XP_010913923.1bZIP family protein
XP_010913924.1bZIP family protein
XP_010913925.1bZIP family protein
XP_010914262.1bZIP family protein
XP_010914270.1bZIP family protein
XP_010914566.1bZIP family protein
XP_010914801.1bZIP family protein
XP_010914895.1bZIP family protein
XP_010915576.1bZIP family protein
XP_010916941.1bZIP family protein
XP_010917116.1bZIP family protein
XP_010919167.1bZIP family protein
XP_010919169.1bZIP family protein
XP_010919170.1bZIP family protein
XP_010919729.1bZIP family protein
XP_010920014.1bZIP family protein
XP_010920015.1bZIP family protein
XP_010920016.1bZIP family protein
XP_010920017.1bZIP family protein
XP_010920019.1bZIP family protein
XP_010920020.1bZIP family protein
XP_010920114.1bZIP family protein
XP_010920115.1bZIP family protein
XP_010920117.1bZIP family protein
XP_010920204.1bZIP family protein
XP_010921141.1bZIP family protein
XP_010921498.1bZIP family protein
XP_010922090.1bZIP family protein
XP_010922246.1bZIP family protein
XP_010922822.1bZIP family protein
XP_010922938.1bZIP family protein
XP_010922939.1bZIP family protein
XP_010923444.1bZIP family protein
XP_010923445.1bZIP family protein
XP_010923489.1bZIP family protein
XP_010923730.1bZIP family protein
XP_010923731.1bZIP family protein
XP_010923732.1bZIP family protein
XP_010924100.1bZIP family protein
XP_010924431.1bZIP family protein
XP_010924432.1bZIP family protein
XP_010924805.1bZIP family protein
XP_010924806.1bZIP family protein
XP_010924807.1bZIP family protein
XP_010924808.1bZIP family protein
XP_010925239.1bZIP family protein
XP_010925682.1bZIP family protein
XP_010926520.1bZIP family protein
XP_010927394.1bZIP family protein
XP_010927395.1bZIP family protein
XP_010927396.1bZIP family protein
XP_010927887.1bZIP family protein
XP_010927984.1bZIP family protein
XP_010928452.1bZIP family protein
XP_010928841.1bZIP family protein
XP_010928842.1bZIP family protein
XP_010929454.1bZIP family protein
XP_010930253.1bZIP family protein
XP_010930598.1bZIP family protein
XP_010930969.1bZIP family protein
XP_010931001.1bZIP family protein
XP_010931065.1bZIP family protein
XP_010931066.1bZIP family protein
XP_010931067.1bZIP family protein
XP_010931068.1bZIP family protein
XP_010931069.1bZIP family protein
XP_010931109.1bZIP family protein
XP_010931491.1bZIP family protein
XP_010931507.1bZIP family protein
XP_010931563.1bZIP family protein
XP_010931749.1bZIP family protein
XP_010932613.1bZIP family protein
XP_010933407.1bZIP family protein
XP_010933408.1bZIP family protein
XP_010933409.1bZIP family protein
XP_010933411.1bZIP family protein
XP_010933412.1bZIP family protein
XP_010933933.1bZIP family protein
XP_010934103.1bZIP family protein
XP_010935120.1bZIP family protein
XP_010935392.1bZIP family protein
XP_010936039.1bZIP family protein
XP_010936048.1bZIP family protein
XP_010936060.1bZIP family protein
XP_010936180.1bZIP family protein
XP_010936666.1bZIP family protein
XP_010936881.1bZIP family protein
XP_010936882.1bZIP family protein
XP_010936883.1bZIP family protein
XP_010936884.1bZIP family protein
XP_010936885.1bZIP family protein
XP_010936887.1bZIP family protein
XP_010936888.1bZIP family protein
XP_010936889.1bZIP family protein
XP_010936949.1bZIP family protein
XP_010938010.1bZIP family protein
XP_010938011.1bZIP family protein
XP_010938012.1bZIP family protein
XP_010938013.1bZIP family protein
XP_010938842.1bZIP family protein
XP_010939411.1bZIP family protein
XP_010939412.1bZIP family protein
XP_010939413.1bZIP family protein
XP_010939597.1bZIP family protein
XP_010939598.1bZIP family protein
XP_010939994.1bZIP family protein
XP_010939996.1bZIP family protein
XP_010940118.1bZIP family protein
XP_010940929.1bZIP family protein
XP_010941445.1bZIP family protein
XP_010941952.1bZIP family protein
XP_010942236.1bZIP family protein
XP_010942330.1bZIP family protein
XP_010943073.1bZIP family protein
XP_010943074.1bZIP family protein
XP_010943075.1bZIP family protein
XP_010943171.1bZIP family protein
XP_010943172.1bZIP family protein
XP_010943173.1bZIP family protein
XP_010943359.1bZIP family protein
XP_010943442.1bZIP family protein
XP_010943443.1bZIP family protein
XP_010943444.1bZIP family protein
XP_010943445.1bZIP family protein
XP_010943446.1bZIP family protein
XP_010943572.1bZIP family protein
bZIP Family Introduction

The bZIP domain consists of two structural features located on a contiguous alpha-helix: first, a basic region of ~ 16 amino acid residues containing a nuclear localization signal followed by an invariant N-x7-R/K motif that contacts the DNA; and, second, a heptad repeat of leucines or other bulky hydrophobic amino acids positioned exactly nine amino acids towards the C-terminus, creating an amphipathic helix. To bind DNA, two subunits adhere via interactions between the hydrophobic sides of their helices, which creates a superimposing coiled-coil structure. The ability to form homo- and heterodimers is influenced by the electrostatic attraction and repulsion of polar residues flanking the hydrophobic interaction surface of the helices.

Plant bZIP proteins preferentially bind to DNA sequences with an ACGT core. Binding specificity is regulated by flanking nucleotides. Plant bZIPs preferentially bind to the A-box (TACGTA), C-box (GACGTC) and G-box (CACGTG), but there are also examples of nonpalindromic binding sites.

Jakoby M, Weisshaar B, Droge-Laser W, Vicente-Carbajosa J, Tiedemann J, Kroj T, Parcy F
bZIP transcription factors in Arabidopsis.
Trends Plant Sci, 2002. 7(3): p. 106-11.
PMID: 11906833