GRAS

Description

Li et al. (2016): GRAS proteins belong to a plant-specific protein family with many members and play essential roles in plant growth and development, functioning primarily in transcriptional regulation. The structure is a dimer, with a clear groove to accommodate double-stranded DNA.

References:


1) Bolle, C. 2004. The role of GRAS proteins in plant signal transduction and development. Planta 218(5):683-92 PubMed
2) Richards, DE; Peng, J; Harberd, NP. 2000. Plant GRAS and metazoan STATs: one family? Bioessays 22(6):573-7 PubMed
3) Tian, C; Wan, P; Sun, S; Li, J; Chen, M. 2004. Genome-wide analysis of the GRAS gene family in rice and Arabidopsis. Plant Mol Biol. 54(4):519-32 PubMed
4) Li, S; Zhao, Y; Zhao, Z; Wu, X; Sun, L; Liu, Q; Wu, Y. 2016. Crystal Structure of the GRAS Domain of SCARECROW-LIKE7 in Oryza sativa. Plant Cell. 28(5):1025-34 PubMed


Summary

Name: GRAS
Class: TF
Number of species containing the TAP: 94
Number of available proteins: 4567

The colour code corresponds to the rules for the domains:

should be contained
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Domain rules:


(Domain names are clickable)


Phylogenetic tree for Archeaplastida:

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TAP distribution:

The following table shows the distribution of GRAS 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.

Minimum Maximum Average Median Standard deviation
011538.763728.71

List of species containing GRAS sorted by kingdomcladesupergrouporderfamily:

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expand kingdom Archaeplastida (4613 proteins in 94 species)