PlantTFDB
Plant Transcription Factor Database
v4.0
Previous version: v1.0, v2.0, v3.0
Pseudotsuga menziesii
B3 Family
Species TF ID Description
PSME_00001422-RAB3 family protein
PSME_00002824-RAB3 family protein
PSME_00005901-RAB3 family protein
PSME_00009490-RAB3 family protein
PSME_00015886-RAB3 family protein
PSME_00018694-RAB3 family protein
PSME_00019535-RAB3 family protein
PSME_00020220-RAB3 family protein
PSME_00020912-RAB3 family protein
PSME_00021251-RAB3 family protein
PSME_00026936-RAB3 family protein
PSME_00029610-RAB3 family protein
PSME_00031048-RAB3 family protein
PSME_00038749-RAB3 family protein
PSME_00042468-RAB3 family protein
PSME_00044782-RAB3 family protein
PSME_00046595-RAB3 family protein
PSME_00049704-RAB3 family protein
PSME_00049894-RAB3 family protein
PSME_00050641-RAB3 family protein
PSME_00054753-RAB3 family protein
PSME_00056087-RAB3 family protein
PSME_00056741-RAB3 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).