PlantTFDB
Plant Transcription Factor Database
v4.0
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Solanum lycopersicum
MYB Family
Species TF ID Description
Solyc01g005660.1.1MYB family protein
Solyc01g009070.2.1MYB family protein
Solyc01g010910.1.1MYB family protein
Solyc01g057910.2.1MYB family protein
Solyc01g079620.2.1MYB family protein
Solyc01g087130.2.1MYB family protein
Solyc01g090530.1.1MYB family protein
Solyc01g094360.2.1MYB family protein
Solyc01g102340.2.1MYB family protein
Solyc01g111500.2.1MYB family protein
Solyc02g067340.2.1MYB family protein
Solyc02g067760.2.1MYB family protein
Solyc02g079280.2.1MYB family protein
Solyc02g082040.2.1MYB family protein
Solyc02g087960.2.1MYB family protein
Solyc02g088190.2.1MYB family protein
Solyc02g089190.1.1MYB family protein
Solyc02g091980.1.1MYB family protein
Solyc02g092930.1.1MYB family protein
Solyc02g093740.2.1MYB family protein
Solyc03g005570.2.1MYB family protein
Solyc03g025870.2.1MYB family protein
Solyc03g059200.1.1MYB family protein
Solyc03g093890.2.1MYB family protein
Solyc03g093930.2.1MYB family protein
Solyc03g093940.1.1MYB family protein
Solyc03g096350.2.1MYB family protein
Solyc03g112390.2.1MYB family protein
Solyc03g112890.1.1MYB family protein
Solyc03g116100.2.1MYB family protein
Solyc03g119050.2.1MYB family protein
Solyc03g119370.1.1MYB family protein
Solyc03g119740.2.1MYB family protein
Solyc03g121740.1.1MYB family protein
Solyc04g005600.1.1MYB family protein
Solyc04g005710.1.1MYB family protein
Solyc04g008870.2.1MYB family protein
Solyc04g009950.2.1MYB family protein
Solyc04g014470.2.1MYB family protein
Solyc04g049120.2.1MYB family protein
Solyc04g049740.1.1MYB family protein
Solyc04g050090.1.1MYB family protein
Solyc04g056310.2.1MYB family protein
Solyc04g064540.2.1MYB family protein
Solyc04g074170.1.1MYB family protein
Solyc04g077260.2.1MYB family protein
Solyc04g078420.1.1MYB family protein
Solyc04g079360.1.1MYB family protein
Solyc05g007160.2.1MYB family protein
Solyc05g007690.1.1MYB family protein
Solyc05g007710.2.1MYB family protein
Solyc05g007870.1.1MYB family protein
Solyc05g008250.1.1MYB family protein
Solyc05g009230.1.1MYB family protein
Solyc05g013430.1.1MYB family protein
Solyc05g014290.2.1MYB family protein
Solyc05g048830.2.1MYB family protein
Solyc05g051550.1.1MYB family protein
Solyc05g052850.2.1MYB family protein
Solyc05g053150.1.1MYB family protein
Solyc05g053330.2.1MYB family protein
Solyc05g055030.1.1MYB family protein
Solyc05g055240.2.1MYB family protein
Solyc06g005330.2.1MYB family protein
Solyc06g009410.1.1MYB family protein
Solyc06g009480.1.1MYB family protein
Solyc06g009710.2.1MYB family protein
Solyc06g033870.1.1MYB family protein
Solyc06g034000.1.1MYB family protein
Solyc06g053610.2.1MYB family protein
Solyc06g065100.2.1MYB family protein
Solyc06g069850.2.1MYB family protein
Solyc06g071520.1.1MYB family protein
Solyc06g071690.2.1MYB family protein
Solyc06g073640.2.1MYB family protein
Solyc06g074910.2.1MYB family protein
Solyc06g074920.1.1MYB family protein
Solyc06g076770.2.1MYB family protein
Solyc06g076840.1.1MYB family protein
Solyc06g083900.2.1MYB family protein
Solyc07g006750.2.1MYB family protein
Solyc07g008010.2.1MYB family protein
Solyc07g052300.2.1MYB family protein
Solyc07g053230.2.1MYB family protein
Solyc07g053240.2.1MYB family protein
Solyc07g054840.2.1MYB family protein
Solyc07g054960.1.1MYB family protein
Solyc07g054980.1.1MYB family protein
Solyc07g055000.1.1MYB family protein
Solyc08g005870.1.1MYB family protein
Solyc08g008480.2.1MYB family protein
Solyc08g065910.1.1MYB family protein
Solyc08g068320.2.1MYB family protein
Solyc08g076700.1.1MYB family protein
Solyc08g076710.2.1MYB family protein
Solyc08g079270.2.1MYB family protein
Solyc08g080580.2.1MYB family protein
Solyc08g081500.1.1MYB family protein
Solyc08g082890.2.1MYB family protein
Solyc09g008250.2.1MYB family protein
Solyc09g008390.1.1MYB family protein
Solyc09g010820.2.1MYB family protein
Solyc09g010840.1.1MYB family protein
Solyc09g011780.2.1MYB family protein
Solyc09g014250.2.1MYB family protein
Solyc09g055650.1.1MYB family protein
Solyc09g090130.2.1MYB family protein
Solyc09g090790.2.1MYB family protein
Solyc10g005240.2.1MYB family protein
Solyc10g005460.2.1MYB family protein
Solyc10g005550.1.1MYB family protein
Solyc10g005760.1.1MYB family protein
Solyc10g008700.1.1MYB family protein
Solyc10g019260.1.1MYB family protein
Solyc10g044680.1.1MYB family protein
Solyc10g055410.1.1MYB family protein
Solyc10g076820.1.1MYB family protein
Solyc10g081320.1.1MYB family protein
Solyc10g081490.1.1MYB family protein
Solyc10g083900.1.1MYB family protein
Solyc10g086250.1.1MYB family protein
Solyc10g086260.1.1MYB family protein
Solyc10g086270.1.1MYB family protein
Solyc10g086290.1.1MYB family protein
Solyc11g006720.1.1MYB family protein
Solyc11g011050.1.1MYB family protein
Solyc11g065840.1.1MYB family protein
Solyc11g069030.1.1MYB family protein
Solyc11g071300.1.1MYB family protein
Solyc11g071500.1.1MYB family protein
Solyc11g072060.1.1MYB family protein
Solyc11g073120.1.1MYB family protein
Solyc12g005640.1.1MYB family protein
Solyc12g008670.1.1MYB family protein
Solyc12g049300.1.1MYB family protein
Solyc12g049350.1.1MYB family protein
Solyc12g096200.1.1MYB family protein
Solyc12g099120.1.1MYB family protein
Solyc12g099130.1.1MYB family protein
Solyc12g099140.1.1MYB family protein
MYB Family Introduction

MYB factors represent a family of proteins that include the conserved MYB DNA-binding domain.The first MYB gene identified was the "oncogene" v-Myb derived from the avian myeloblastosis virus . Evidence obtained from sequence comparisons indicates that v-Myb may have originated from a vertebrate gene, which mutated once it became part of the virus. Many vertebrates contain three genes related to v-Myb c-Myb, A-Myb and B-Myb and other similar genes have been identified in insects, plants, fungi and slime moulds. The encoded proteins are crucial to the control of proliferation and differentiation in a number of cell types, and share the conserved MYB DNA-binding domain. This domain generally comprises up to three imperfect repeats, each forming a helix-turn-helix structure of about 53 amino acids. Three regularly spaced tryptophan residues, which form a tryptophan cluster in the three-dimensional helix-turn-helix structure, are characteristic of a MYB repeat. The three repeats in c-Myb are referred to as R1, R2 and R3; and repeats from other MYB proteins are categorised according to their similarity to either R1, R2 or R3.

In contrast to animals, plants contain a MYB-protein subfamily that is characterised by the R2R3-type MYB domain. MYB proteins can be classified into three subfamilies depending on the number of adjacent repeats in the MYB domain (one, two or three). We refer to MYB-like proteins with one repeat as "MYB1R factors", with two as "R2R3-type MYB" factors, and with three repeats as "MYB3R" factors.

Stracke R, Werber M, Weisshaar B.
The R2R3-MYB gene family in Arabidopsis thaliana.
Curr Opin Plant Biol. 2001 Oct;4(5):447-56. Review.
PMID: 11597504