DBD: Transcription factor prediction database

Release 2.0
www.transcriptionfactor.org
Sequence ID search:
Podospora anserina
Taxonomy: Eukaryota; Fungi; Dikarya; Ascomycota; Pezizomycotina; Sordariomycetes; Sordariomycetidae; Sordariales; Lasiosphaeriaceae; Podospora
source (downloaded: 2008-01-07)

Each predicted transcription factor is displayed with its SUPERFAMILY (SF) as well as PFAM (PF) architecture.
The domain architectures are represented as colored rectangles and oblongs on a black line corresponding to the polypeptide chain.
The oblongs represent DNA-binding domains, and the rectangles represent domains with other functions.
The numbers inside the SF rectangles represent the SF database identifier for that protein superfamily, and are linked to a detailed description.
The PFAM identifiers inside the boxes are also linked to detailed descriptions of the family.
The long family name can be viewed by holding the mouse over a colored rectangle.
All the domains belonging to one family have the same colored rectangle.
Colors are reused for different families, so that two different families can be represented by the same color.

The sequence ID links provide more detailed results for each predicted transcription factor.
External links are also provided, when available.
Common gene names are provided for the model organisms: Bacillus subtilis, Caenorhabditis elegans, Drosophila melanogaster, Escherichia coli, Homo sapiens, Mus musculus, Saccharomyces cerevisiae. and Salmonella typhimurium LT2.

The full repertoire of transcription factors may be distributed across several pages of results.
These can be accessed by clicking on the individual page numbers, or downloading the entire set of results from the Download section.


 
Details Genome DB Domain architecture
Pa_4_8950 nq SF
  nq PF
Pa_4_9520 nq SF
  nq PF
Pa_7_10610 nq SF
  nq PF
Pa_6_1720 nq SF
  nq PF
Pa_2_5220 nq SF
  nq PF No hits
Pa_1_19210 nq SF
  nq PF
Pa_6_9970 nq SF
  nq PF
Pa_3_1180 nq SF
  nq PF
Pa_2_1880 nq SF
  nq PF
Pa_1_18400 nq SF
  nq PF
Pa_1_24000 nq SF
  nq PF
Pa_3_9830 nq SF
  nq PF
Pa_0_930 nq SF
  nq PF
Pa_4_2530 nq SF
  nq PF
Pa_6_160 nq SF
  nq PF
Pa_2_13840 nq SF
  nq PF
Pa_7_1750 nq SF
  nq PF
Pa_2_4260 nq SF
  nq PF
Pa_3_6090 nq SF
  nq PF
Pa_6_11860 nq SF
  nq PF
Pa_3_5590 nq SF
  nq PF
Pa_4_430 nq SF
  nq PF
Pa_5_9700 nq SF
  nq PF
Pa_4_3520 nq SF
  nq PF No hits
Pa_2_4060 nq SF
  nq PF
Pa_4_3800 nq SF
  nq PF
Pa_6_1990 nq SF
  nq PF
Pa_7_6170 nq SF
  nq PF
Pa_2_90 nq SF
  nq PF
Pa_3_9460 nq SF
  nq PF
Pa_2_150 nq SF
  nq PF
Pa_6_2840 nq SF
  nq PF
Pa_7_2210 nq SF
  nq PF No hits
Pa_2_9990 nq SF
  nq PF
Pa_6_3560 nq SF
  nq PF
Pa_3_9150 nq SF
  nq PF
Pa_5_3860 nq SF
  nq PF
Pa_1_2070 nq SF
  nq PF
Pa_5_930 nq SF
  nq PF
Pa_6_4250 nq SF
  nq PF
Pa_7_3180 nq SF
  nq PF
Pa_1_20900 nq SF
  nq PF
Pa_4_6450 nq SF
  nq PF
Pa_6_11640 nq SF
  nq PF
Pa_1_10660 nq SF
  nq PF
Pa_7_5580 nq SF
  nq PF
Pa_7_5860 nq SF
  nq PF
Pa_1_1340 nq SF
  nq PF
Pa_4_5640 nq SF
  nq PF
Pa_6_520 nq SF
  nq PF