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PlantTFcat: An Online Plant Transcription Factor and Transcriptional Regulator Categorization and Analysis Tool   
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Location:  Details of JmjC-ARID family

  JmjC-ARID
Family Type Transcription factor & chromatin remodeling
Plant Specific No
Functional Domains DNA binding domain
Must-have InterProScan Domain Pattern IPR001606 and (IPR003347 or IPR003349)
Prohibited InterProScan Domain Pattern -
Description

The ARID (AT-rich interaction domain) is an ancient DNA-binding domain that has been identified in all sequenced higher eukaryotic genomes, including plant. The ARID consensus contains ~100 amino acid residues. In many diverse species including bacteria, fungi, plants, and animals, contains jumanji protein family. JmjC domain containing proteins have been shown to be involved in chromatin remodeling, acting as histone demethylases. In Many proteins both Jumonji and ARID domain can present together. In mouse these group of proteins has been implicated in chromatin regulation.

Reference:

1. S. X. Lu, E. M. Tobin, Chromatin remodeling and the circadian clock: Jumonji C-domain containing proteins. Plant Signal Behav 6, 810 (2011) 2. T. Takeuchi, Y. Watanabe, T. Takano-Shimizu, S. Kondo, Roles of jumonji and jumonji family genes in chromatin regulation and development. Dev Dyn 235, 2449 (2006)

Cross-reference to other databases

The family is the subfamily family of ARID in PlnTFDB.



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