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ARF23 protein (Arabidopsis thaliana) - STRING interaction network
"ARF23" - Putative auxin response factor 23 in Arabidopsis thaliana
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ARF23Putative auxin response factor 23; Auxin response factors (ARFs) are transcriptional factors that binds specifically to the DNA sequence 5’-TGTCTC-3’ found in the auxin-responsive promoter elements (AuxREs). Could act as transcriptional activator or repressor. Formation of heterodimers with Aux/IAA proteins may alter their ability to modulate early auxin response genes expression (222 aa)    
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IAA26
Phytochrome-associated protein 1; Aux/IAA proteins are short-lived transcriptional factors that function as repressors of early auxin response genes at low auxin concentrations. Repression is thought to result from the interaction with auxin response factors (ARFs), proteins that bind to the auxin-responsive promoter element (AuxRE). Formation of heterodimers with ARF proteins may alter their ability to modulate early auxin response genes expression (269 aa)
           
  0.580
IAA15
Indole-3-acetic acid inducible 15; Aux/IAA proteins are short-lived transcriptional factors that function as repressors of early auxin response genes at low auxin concentrations. Repression is thought to result from the interaction with auxin response factors (ARFs), proteins that bind to the auxin-responsive promoter element (AuxRE). Formation of heterodimers with ARF proteins may alter their ability to modulate early auxin response genes expression (179 aa)
           
  0.567
IAA34
Indole-3-acetic acid inducible 34; Aux/IAA proteins are short-lived transcriptional factors that function as repressors of early auxin response genes at low auxin concentrations. Repression is thought to result from the interaction with auxin response factors (ARFs), proteins that bind to the auxin-responsive promoter element (AuxRE). Formation of heterodimers with ARF proteins may alter their ability to modulate early auxin response genes expression (185 aa)
           
  0.567
IAA10
Indoleacetic acid-induced protein 10; Aux/IAA proteins are short-lived transcriptional factors that function as repressors of early auxin response genes at low auxin concentrations. Repression is thought to result from the interaction with auxin response factors (ARFs), proteins that bind to the auxin-responsive promoter element (AuxRE). Formation of heterodimers with ARF proteins may alter their ability to modulate early auxin response genes expression (261 aa)
           
  0.551
IAA32
Indole-3-acetic acid inducible 32; Aux/IAA proteins are short-lived transcriptional factors that function as repressors of early auxin response genes at low auxin concentrations. Repression is thought to result from the interaction with auxin response factors (ARFs), proteins that bind to the auxin-responsive promoter element (AuxRE). Formation of heterodimers with ARF proteins may alter their ability to modulate early auxin response genes expression (191 aa)
           
  0.530
IAA33
Indole-3-acetic acid inducible 33; Aux/IAA proteins are short-lived transcriptional factors that function as repressors of early auxin response genes at low auxin concentrations. Repression is thought to result from the interaction with auxin response factors (ARFs), proteins that bind to the auxin-responsive promoter element (AuxRE). Formation of heterodimers with ARF proteins may alter their ability to modulate early auxin response genes expression (171 aa)
           
  0.522
IAA8
Indoleacetic acid-induced protein 8; Aux/IAA proteins are short-lived transcriptional factors that function as repressors of early auxin response genes at low auxin concentrations. Repression is thought to result from the interaction with auxin response factors (ARFs), proteins that bind to the auxin-responsive promoter element (AuxRE). Formation of heterodimers with ARF proteins may alter their ability to modulate early auxin response genes expression (338 aa)
           
  0.500
IAA27
Phytochrome-associated protein 2; Aux/IAA proteins are short-lived transcriptional factors that function as repressors of early auxin response genes at low auxin concentrations. Repression is thought to result from the interaction with auxin response factors (ARFs), proteins that bind to the auxin-responsive promoter element (AuxRE). Formation of heterodimers with ARF proteins may alter their ability to modulate early auxin response genes expression (305 aa)
           
  0.481
IAA20
Indole-3-acetic acid inducible 20; Encodes a member of the Aux/IAA family of proteins implicated in auxin signaling. IAA20 lacks the conserved degron (domain II) found in many family members, and IAA20 fusion proteins are stable in Arabidopsis seedlings. IAA20 transcripts are induced by auxin treatment, and overexpression of IAA20 leads to defects in gravitropism, root development, root meristem maintenance, etiolation, and cotyledon vascular development (175 aa)
           
  0.477
IAA31
Indole-3-acetic acid inducible 31; Encodes a member of the Aux/IAA family of proteins implicated in auxin signaling. IAA31 shares several residues with the conserved domain II region, believed to act as a degron in many of the rapidly degraded Aux/IAA family members. An IAA31 fusion protein is quite long-lived, but can be degraded more rapidly in the presence of auxin. Unlike many other family members, IAA31 transcript levels do not rise in response to auxin. Nevertheless, overexpression of IAA31 leads to defects in auxin-related processes such as gravitropism, root development, shoot [...] (158 aa)
           
  0.469
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Arabidopsis thaliana
NCBI taxonomy Id: 3702
Other names: A. thaliana, Arabidopsis thaliana, Arabidopsis thaliana (L.) Heynh., mouse-ear cress, thale cress, thale-cress
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