DBD: Transcription factor prediction database

Release 2.0
Sequence ID search:
Binding category: DBD. Domain search: Bacterial regulatory proteins, lacI family.

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 description.
The PFAM identifiers inside the boxes are also linked to descriptions of the family.
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 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
gi|116873432|ref|YP_850213.1| External link 2g SF
  2g PF
gi|16801170|ref|NP_471438.1| External link li SF
  li PF
gi|16804035|ref|NP_465520.1| External link lm SF
  lm PF
ENSDARP00000088637 External link da SF
  da PF
ENSDARP00000088637 External link df SF
  df PF
gi|117929005|ref|YP_873556.1| External link 3q SF
  3q PF
AN0145.2 an SF
  an PF
jgi|Monbr1|11637|fgenesh1_pg.scaffold_30000098 External link ov SF
  ov PF
gi|26989539|ref|NP_744964.1| External link ps SF
  ps PF
gi|159037196|ref|YP_001536449.1| External link 61 SF
  61 PF
gi|169834066|ref|YP_001695292.1| External link 8e SF
  8e PF
gi|29376450|ref|NP_815604.1| External link ef SF
  ef PF
30163.m001376 External link rk SF
  rk PF
gi|182437282|ref|YP_001825001.1| External link 7n SF
  7n PF
gi|109896452|ref|YP_659707.1| External link px SF
  px PF
gi|54309289|ref|YP_130309.1| External link he SF
  he PF
gi|150019819|ref|YP_001312073.1| External link 03 SF
  03 PF
gi|21225818|ref|NP_631597.1| External link sf SF
  sf PF
gi|90020552|ref|YP_526379.1| External link d0 SF
  d0 PF
gi|156979827|ref|YP_001442086.1| External link 71 SF
  71 PF
gi|30260902|ref|NP_843279.1| External link ba SF
  ba PF
gi|91783812|ref|YP_559018.1| External link b4 SF
  b4 PF
gi|82778213|ref|YP_404562.1| External link d1 SF
  d1 PF
gi|56416252|ref|YP_153327.1| External link x0 SF
  x0 PF
gi|118480434|ref|YP_897585.1| External link 31 SF
  31 PF
gi|157147047|ref|YP_001454366.1| External link 5x SF
  5x PF
gi|160881818|ref|YP_001560786.1| External link 5z SF
  5z PF
gi|146277577|ref|YP_001167736.1| External link 3k SF
  3k PF
gi|134291027|ref|YP_001114796.1| External link 30 SF
  30 PF
gi|50120855|ref|YP_050022.1| External link er SF
  er PF
gi|116620480|ref|YP_822636.1| External link 25 SF
  25 PF
gi|62317810|ref|YP_223663.1| External link b3 SF
  b3 PF
gi|186895585|ref|YP_001872697.1| External link 9g SF
  9g PF
gi|161525243|ref|YP_001580255.1| External link 76 SF
  76 PF
gi|148270679|ref|YP_001245139.1| External link 0v SF
  0v PF
gi|21232841|ref|NP_638758.1| External link xd SF
  xd PF
gi|116618005|ref|YP_818376.1| External link 2s SF
  2s PF
gi|23500709|ref|NP_700149.1| External link br SF
  br PF
gi|152970300|ref|YP_001335409.1| External link 2k SF
  2k PF
gi|15603712|ref|NP_246786.1| External link pm SF
  pm PF
gi|119714644|ref|YP_921609.1| External link 0j SF
  0j PF
gi|186474170|ref|YP_001861512.1| External link 90 SF
  90 PF
gi|52080493|ref|YP_079284.1| External link lf SF
  lf PF
gi|160878856|ref|YP_001557824.1| External link 5z SF
  5z PF
gi|56963337|ref|YP_175068.1| External link x4 SF
  x4 PF
gi|16767170|ref|NP_462785.1| External link su SF
Gene name: rbsR  su PF
gi|91212506|ref|YP_542492.1| External link e2 SF
  e2 PF
gi|16759113|ref|NP_454730.1| External link si SF
  si PF
gi|116492318|ref|YP_804053.1| External link 0d SF
  0d PF
gi|82545803|ref|YP_409750.1| External link sq SF
  sq PF