Plant Transcription Factor Database
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Chlamydomonas reinhardtii
C2H2 Family
Species TF ID Description
Cre03.g152150.t1.2C2H2 family protein
Cre03.g185950.t1.1C2H2 family protein
Cre03.g201250.t1.2C2H2 family protein
Cre05.g240650.t1.2C2H2 family protein
Cre06.g305200.t1.1C2H2 family protein
Cre09.g389750.t1.1C2H2 family protein
Cre12.g538801.t1.1C2H2 family protein
Cre13.g567250.t1.1C2H2 family protein
Cre17.g696300.t1.1C2H2 family protein
C2H2 Family Introduction

Numerous genes encoding the C2H2 zinc-finger domain have been characterized from a wide variety of eukaryotes, including plants. The canonical ZF (zinc finger) sequence (CX2-4CX3FX5LX2HX3-5H) contains two cysteines and two histidines that coordinate a zinc atom, creating a compact nucleic acid-binding domain. The majority of such proteins characterized to date are DNA-binding transcription factors, and many have been shown to play crucial roles in the development of plants, animals and fungi.

Chrispeels HE, Oettinger H, Janvier N, Tague BW.
AtZFP1, encoding Arabidopsis thaliana C2H2 zinc-finger protein 1, is expressed downstream of photomorphogenic activation.
Plant Mol Biol. 2000 Jan;42(2):279-90.
PMID: 10794528