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Fig. 5

From: Phylogenetic relationship and domain organisation of SET domain proteins of Archaeplastida

Fig. 5

Domain architecture of the Trx family. Representative domain organization of the Trx proteins. Trx proteins are divided into four groups with subgrouping of each group. Right side panel indicates the abbreviated form of the species sharing the domain arrangement. PHD1: Plant homeodomain1; PHD_SF: Plant homeodomain superfamily; Ephd: extended plant homeodomain; FYRN_C: phenylalanine/tyrosine-rich domain in N-terminal and C-terminal region; Z: zinc knuckle is a zinc binding motif composed of cysteine residue motifs found mostly from retroviral gag proteins; HMG-b: High mobility group box; Bro-Bromodomain; AP2: Apetala2; TUDOR: Royal family protein; NHP6B: Chromatin-associated proteins containing the HMG domain; Agnet: Royal family domain; DUF_3839: Domain of unknown function; Jas: Jasmonate motif; BAH: Bromo-adjacent homology; MBT: Malignant brain tumor; PTZ_00368: hypothetical protein; GYF: GYF domain: contains conserved Gly-Tyr-Phe; MM_CoA: Methylmalonyl CO enzyme A; SAND: Sp100, AIRE-1, NucP41/75, DEAF-1 domain. Domains are not drawn to scale. Scale bars indicate 100 amino acids. (At- Arabidopsis thaliana; Os-Oryza sativa; Pa-Picea abies; Sm-Selaginella meollendorffii; Pp-Physcomitrella patens; Mp-Marchantia polymorpha; Nm-Nitella mirabilis; Kf-Klebsormidium flaccidium; Mr.-Micromonas RCC299; Mpu-Micromonas pusila; Ot-Ostreococcus tauri; Ol-Ostreococcus lumiferans; Cv-Chlorella vulgaris; Cr-Chlamydomonas reinhardtii; Vc-Volvox carteri; Cp-Cyanophora paradoxa)

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