PlantTFDB
Plant Transcription Factor Database
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Pseudotsuga menziesii
VOZ Family
Species TF ID Description
PSME_00001983-RAVOZ family protein
PSME_00002912-RAVOZ family protein
PSME_00004294-RAVOZ family protein
PSME_00004467-RAVOZ family protein
PSME_00004678-RAVOZ family protein
PSME_00005816-RAVOZ family protein
PSME_00006259-RAVOZ family protein
PSME_00006316-RAVOZ family protein
PSME_00006544-RAVOZ family protein
PSME_00006754-RAVOZ family protein
PSME_00008248-RAVOZ family protein
PSME_00008493-RAVOZ family protein
PSME_00010185-RAVOZ family protein
PSME_00011655-RAVOZ family protein
PSME_00011820-RAVOZ family protein
PSME_00013862-RAVOZ family protein
PSME_00014997-RAVOZ family protein
PSME_00015983-RAVOZ family protein
PSME_00016286-RAVOZ family protein
PSME_00016605-RAVOZ family protein
PSME_00017162-RAVOZ family protein
PSME_00017336-RAVOZ family protein
PSME_00017529-RAVOZ family protein
PSME_00018961-RAVOZ family protein
PSME_00019013-RAVOZ family protein
PSME_00019920-RAVOZ family protein
PSME_00019997-RAVOZ family protein
PSME_00020027-RAVOZ family protein
PSME_00020585-RAVOZ family protein
PSME_00020810-RAVOZ family protein
PSME_00022339-RAVOZ family protein
PSME_00022920-RAVOZ family protein
PSME_00023105-RAVOZ family protein
PSME_00025980-RAVOZ family protein
PSME_00026279-RAVOZ family protein
PSME_00026647-RAVOZ family protein
PSME_00026822-RAVOZ family protein
PSME_00027998-RAVOZ family protein
PSME_00028475-RAVOZ family protein
PSME_00028764-RAVOZ family protein
PSME_00028898-RAVOZ family protein
PSME_00029277-RAVOZ family protein
PSME_00029335-RAVOZ family protein
PSME_00029721-RAVOZ family protein
PSME_00029804-RAVOZ family protein
PSME_00029903-RAVOZ family protein
PSME_00031535-RAVOZ family protein
PSME_00031662-RAVOZ family protein
PSME_00033701-RAVOZ family protein
PSME_00034941-RAVOZ family protein
PSME_00036373-RAVOZ family protein
PSME_00037146-RAVOZ family protein
PSME_00037370-RAVOZ family protein
PSME_00038774-RAVOZ family protein
PSME_00039541-RAVOZ family protein
PSME_00040541-RAVOZ family protein
PSME_00042231-RAVOZ family protein
PSME_00042868-RAVOZ family protein
PSME_00044047-RAVOZ family protein
PSME_00044867-RAVOZ family protein
PSME_00045052-RAVOZ family protein
PSME_00045142-RAVOZ family protein
PSME_00045276-RAVOZ family protein
PSME_00045527-RAVOZ family protein
PSME_00045947-RAVOZ family protein
PSME_00046248-RAVOZ family protein
PSME_00046271-RAVOZ family protein
PSME_00047238-RAVOZ family protein
PSME_00047393-RAVOZ family protein
PSME_00048569-RAVOZ family protein
PSME_00049659-RAVOZ family protein
PSME_00049775-RAVOZ family protein
PSME_00050231-RAVOZ family protein
PSME_00052905-RAVOZ family protein
PSME_00053112-RAVOZ family protein
PSME_00053751-RAVOZ family protein
PSME_00053833-RAVOZ family protein
PSME_00053874-RAVOZ family protein
PSME_00054451-RAVOZ family protein
PSME_00054862-RAVOZ family protein
PSME_00054896-RAVOZ family protein
PSME_00055474-RAVOZ family protein
PSME_00055544-RAVOZ family protein
VOZ Family Introduction

A 38-bp pollen-specific cis-acting region of the AVP1 gene is involved in the expression of the Arabidopsis thaliana V-PPase during pollen development. Here, we report the isolation and structural characterization of AtVOZ1 and AtVOZ2, novel transcription factors that bind to the 38-bp cis-acting region of A. thaliana V-PPase gene, AVP1. AtVOZ1 and AtVOZ2 show 53% amino acid sequence similarity. Homologs of AtVOZ1 and AtVOZ2 are found in various vascular plants as well as a moss, Physcomitrella patens. Promoter-beta-glucuronidase reporter analysis shows that AtVOZ1 is specifically expressed in the phloem tissue and AtVOZ2 is strongly expressed in the root. In vivo transient effector-reporter analysis in A. thaliana suspension-cultured cells demonstrates that AtVOZ1 and AtVOZ2 function as transcriptional activators in the Arabidopsis cell. Two conserved regions termed Domain-A and Domain-B were identified from an alignment of AtVOZ proteins and their homologs of O. sativa and P. patens. AtVOZ2 binds as a dimer to the specific palindromic sequence, GCGTNx7ACGC, with Domain-B, which is comprised of a functional novel zinc coordinating motif and a conserved basic region. Domain-B is shown to function as both the DNA-binding and the dimerization domains of AtVOZ2. From highly the conservative nature among all identified VOZ proteins, we conclude that Domain-B is responsible for the DNA binding and dimerization of all VOZ-family proteins and designate it as the VOZ-domain.

Mitsuda N, Hisabori T, Takeyasu K, Sato MH.
Isolation and Characterization of Novel Vascular Plant Transcription Factors with a One-Zinc Finger from Arabidopsis thaliana.
Plant Cell Physiol. 2004 Jul;45(7):845-54.
PMID: 15295067