DNA Binding Motif

Accessions: MA1402.1 (JASPAR 2018), M0151 (AthalianaCistrome v4_May2016)
Names: BPC6, BPC6.DAP, T22052;
Organisms: Arabidopsis thaliana
Libraries: JASPAR 2018 1, AthalianaCistrome v4_May2016 2
1 Khan A, Fornes O, Stigliani A, Gheorghe M, Castro-Mondragon JA, van der Lee R, Bessy A, Cheneby , Kulkarni SR, Tan G, Baranasic D, Arenillas DJ, Sandelin A, Vandepoele K, Lenhard B, Ballester B, Wasserman WW, Parcy F, Mathelier A (2017) JASPAR 2018: update of the open-access database of transcription factor binding profiles and its web framework. Nucleic Acids Res. doi: 10.1093/nar/gkx1126 [Pubmed]
2 O'Malley RC, Huang SS, Song L, Lewsey MG, Bartlett A, Nery JR, Galli M, Gallavotti A, Ecker JR. Cistrome and Epicistrome Features Shape the Regulatory DNA Landscape. Cell 165:1280-92 (2016). [Pubmed]
Notes: DAP-seq
Length: 21
Consensus: CTCTCTCTCTCTCTCTCTCTm
Weblogo:
PSSM: P0 A C G T
01 24 134 2 28 C
02 18 19 0 151 T
03 13 161 10 4 C
04 15 7 5 161 T
05 12 142 7 27 C
06 6 2 5 175 T
07 0 160 3 25 C
08 2 6 1 179 T
09 1 177 2 8 C
10 0 1 0 187 T
11 1 168 0 19 C
12 2 0 0 186 T
13 2 186 0 0 C
14 0 1 0 187 T
15 12 169 0 7 C
16 4 3 0 181 T
17 12 168 5 3 C
18 8 6 0 174 T
19 6 170 0 12 C
20 3 2 2 181 T
21 50 123 1 14 m
Binding TFs: T22052 / Q8L999 (GAGA binding protein-like family)
Publications: Kooiker M., Airoldi C. A., Losa A., Manzotti P. S., Finzi L., Kater M. M., Colombo L. BASIC PENTACYSTEINE1, a GA binding protein that induces conformational changes in the regulatory region of the homeotic Arabidopsis gene SEEDSTICK.. Plant Cell 17:722-729 (2005). [Pubmed]

O'Malley RC, Huang SS, Song L, Lewsey MG, Bartlett A, Nery JR, Galli M, Gallavotti A, Ecker JR. Cistrome and Epicistrome Features Shape the Regulatory DNA Landscape. Cell 165:1280-92 (2016). [Pubmed]

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