|Karlson & Imai (2003):||In this paper, we report the widespread occurrence of the nucleic acid-binding cold shock domain (CSD) in plants and identify the first eukaryotic homologs that are nearly identical to bacterial cold shock proteins (CSP). Using Arabidopsis as a model system, we determined that its four unique CSD genes are differentially regulated in response to low temperature.|
|1)||Coles, LS; Diamond, P; Lambrusco, L; Hunter, J; Burrows, J; Vadas, MA; Goodall, GJ. 2002. A novel mechanism of repression of the vascular endothelial growth factor promoter, by single strand DNA binding cold shock domain (Y-box) proteins in normoxic fibroblasts. Nucleic Acids Res. 30(22):4845-54 PubMed|
|2)||Coles, LS; Diamond, P; Occhiodoro, F; Vadas, MA; Shannon, MF. 1996. Cold shock domain proteins repress transcription from the GM-CSF promoter. Nucleic Acids Res. 24(12):2311-7 PubMed|
|3)||Karlson, D; Imai, R. 2003. Conservation of the cold shock domain protein family in plants. Plant Physiol. 131(1):12-5 PubMed|
|4)||Karlson, D; Nakaminami, K; Toyomasu, T; Imai, R. 2002. A cold-regulated nucleic acid-binding protein of winter wheat shares a domain with bacterial cold shock proteins. J. Biol. Chem. 277(38):35248-56 PubMed|
|5)||Nakaminami, K; Karlson, DT; Imai, R. 2006. Functional conservation of cold shock domains in bacteria and higher plants. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 103(26):10122-7 PubMed|
|Number of species containing the TAP:||112|
|Number of available proteins:||454|
The colour code corresponds to the rules for the domains:
should not be contained
(Domain names are clickable)
Phylogenetic tree for Archeaplastida:
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The following table shows the distribution of CSD over all species included in TAPscan. The values for e.g. a specific kingdom are shown in the tree below if you expand the tree for that kingdom.