|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.|
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|Number of species containing the TAP:||94|
|Number of available proteins:||4567|
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 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.