Plant Transcription Factor Database
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Tarenaya hassleriana
CO-like Family
Species TF ID Description
XP_010519196.1CO-like family protein
XP_010519197.1CO-like family protein
XP_010524630.1CO-like family protein
XP_010524631.1CO-like family protein
XP_010525138.1CO-like family protein
XP_010525560.1CO-like family protein
XP_010527538.1CO-like family protein
XP_010536937.1CO-like family protein
XP_010539452.1CO-like family protein
XP_010540419.1CO-like family protein
XP_010540420.1CO-like family protein
XP_010540421.1CO-like family protein
XP_010540422.1CO-like family protein
XP_010540423.1CO-like family protein
XP_010540424.1CO-like family protein
XP_010540426.1CO-like family protein
XP_010540427.1CO-like family protein
XP_010540428.1CO-like family protein
XP_010541548.1CO-like family protein
XP_010542039.1CO-like family protein
XP_010545431.1CO-like family protein
XP_010548562.1CO-like family protein
XP_010551268.1CO-like family protein
XP_010551970.1CO-like family protein
XP_010551971.1CO-like family protein
XP_010551972.1CO-like family protein
XP_010552787.1CO-like family protein
CO-like Family Introduction

CO(CONSTANS) gene acts between the circadian clock and genes controlling meristem identity.In Arabidopsis, CO transcription factors defined by two conserved domains. The first is a zinc finger region near the amino terminus that resembles B-boxes, which regulate protein-protein interactions in several animal transcription factors. The second is a region of 43 amino acids near the carboxy terminus termed the CCT (CO, CO-like, TOC1) domain. Studies using green fluorescent protein fusions show that the CCT domain is involved in nuclear localization of the CO protein but must have an additional role because the late-flowering co-7 mutant, which has an altered CCT domain, correctly localizes the protein.

Griffiths S, Dunford RP, Coupland G, Laurie DA.
The evolution of CONSTANS-like gene families in barley, rice, and Arabidopsis.
Plant Physiol. 2003 Apr;131(4):1855-67.
PMID: 12692345