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Arabidopsis Transcription Factors: Genome-Wide Comparative Analysis Among Eukaryotes
J. L. Riechmann, J. Heard, G. Martin, L. Reuber, C. -Z., Jiang, J. Keddie, L. Adam, O. Pineda, O. J. Ratcliffe, R. R. Samaha, R. Creelman, M. Pilgrim, P. Broun, J. Z. Zhang, D. Ghandehari, B. K. Sherman, and G. -L. Yu

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Relationships and domain shuffling among the different Arabidopsis transcription factor families. Gene families are represented by circles, whose size is proportional to the number of members in the family. Domains that have been shuffled, and that therefore 'connect' different groups of transcription factors are indicated with rectangles, whose size is also proportional to the length of the domain. DNA binding domains are colored; other domains (usually protein-protein interaction domains) are shown with hatched patterns. Dashed lines indicate that a given domain is a characteristic of the family or subfamily that it is connected to. Gene names are written in italics. Whereas many of the indicated domain shuffling events are specific to plants, others likely predate the appearance of the three distinct eukaryotic lineage (see text for details) .   Click on region of interest for more detail

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