News: A manually curated Arabidopsis transcriptional regulatory network (ATRM) is online, which covers 388 TFs from 47 families. Moreover, the heterogeneity of developmental and stress response sub-networks and the wiring preference of novel TFs in transcriptional regulatory systems are unveiled, providing insights into the fate determination of novel TFs and their contribution to the evolution of transcriptional regulatory networks [full text, PDF]. (2015-3-7)|
News: The new version of Arabidopsis thaliana transcription factor database is online at PlantTFDB v3.0, which use the TAIR10 gene annotation and have more annotations for transcription factors. (2013-7-24)
The Database of Arabidopsis Transcription Factors (DATF) collects all arabidopsis transcription factors (totally 1922 Loci; 2290 Gene Models) and classifies them into 64 families.
The Version 2 of DATF was updated at July 2006. It is based on the Arabidopsis Sequence of TAIR version 6 (20051108). It uses not only locus (gene), but also gene model (transcript, protein) and the detail information is for each gene model not for locus. It add multiple alignment of the DNA-binding domain of each family, Neighbor-Joining phylogenectic tree of each family, the GO annotation, homolog with the Database of Rice Transcription Factors (DRTF). It also keeps old information items such as the uniq cloned and sequenced information of about 1200 transcription factors, protein domains, 3D structure information with BLAST hits against PDB, predicted Nuclear Location Signals, UniGene information, as well as links to literature reference.
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DATF: a Database of Arabidopsis Transcription Factors
Anyuan Guo, Kun He, Di Liu, Shunong Bai, Xiaocheng Gu, Liping Wei*, & Jingchu Luo*
Bioinformatics 2005 21: 2568-2569
|see also DRTF:Database of Rice Transcription Factors
DPTF:Database of Poplar Transcription Factors
PlantTFDB:Plant Transcription Factor Databases
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