KEGG   Arabidopsis thaliana (thale cress): AT5G03415Help
Entry
AT5G03415         CDS       T00041                                 

Gene name
DPB
Definition
(RefSeq) transcription factor DP
Organism
ath  Arabidopsis thaliana (thale cress)
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Motif
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Motif
Other DBs
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Position
5
AA seq 385 aa AA seqDB search
MTTTGSNSNHNHHESNNNNNNPSTRSWGTAVSGQSVSTSGSMGSPSSRSEQTITVVTSTS
DTTFQRLNNLDIQGDDAGSQGASGVKKKKRGQRAAGPDKTGRGLRQFSMKVCEKVESKGR
TTYNEVADELVAEFALPNNDGTSPDQQQYDEKNIRRRVYDALNVLMAMDIISKDKKEIQW
RGLPRTSLSDIEELKNERLSLRNRIEKKTAYSQELEEQYVGLQNLIQRNEHLYSSGNAPS
GGVALPFILVQTRPHATVEVEISEDMQLVHFDFNSTPFELHDDNFVLKTMKFCDQPPQQP
NGRNNSQLVCHNFTPENPNKGPSTGPTPQLDMYETHLQSQQHQQHSQLQIIPMPETNNVT
SSADTAPVKSPSLPGIMNSSMKPEN
NT seq 1158 nt NT seq  +upstreamnt  +downstreamnt
atgacaactactgggtctaattctaatcacaaccaccatgaaagcaataataacaacaat
aaccctagtactaggtcttggggcacggcggtttcaggtcaatctgtgtctactagcggc
agtatgggctctccgtcgagccggagtgagcaaaccatcaccgttgttacatctactagc
gacactacttttcaacgcctgaataatttggacattcaaggtgatgatgctggttctcaa
ggagcttctggtgttaagaagaagaagaggggacagcgtgcggctggtccagataagact
ggaagaggactacgtcaatttagtatgaaagtttgtgaaaaggtggaaagcaaaggaagg
acaacttacaatgaggttgcagacgagcttgttgctgaatttgcacttccaaataacgat
ggaacatcccctgatcagcaacagtatgatgagaaaaacataagacgaagagtatatgat
gctttaaacgtcctcatggctatggatataatatccaaggataaaaaagaaattcaatgg
agaggtcttcctcggacaagcttaagcgacattgaagaattaaagaacgaacgactctca
cttaggaacagaattgagaagaaaactgcatattcccaagaactggaagaacaatatgta
ggccttcagaatctgatacagagaaatgagcacttatatagctcaggaaatgctcccagt
ggcggtgttgctcttccttttatccttgtccagactcgtcctcacgcaacagtagaagtg
gagatatcagaagatatgcagctcgtgcattttgatttcaacagcactccatttgagctc
cacgacgacaattttgtcctcaagactatgaagttttgtgatcaaccgccgcaacaacca
aacggtcggaacaacagccagctggtttgtcacaatttcacgccagaaaaccctaacaaa
ggccccagcacaggtccaacaccgcagctggatatgtacgagactcatcttcaatcgcaa
caacatcagcagcattctcagctacaaatcattcctatgcctgagactaacaacgttact
tccagcgctgatactgctccagtgaaatccccgtctcttccagggataatgaactccagc
atgaagccggagaattga

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