Plant Transcriptional Regulatory Map
Our mission is to provide a comprehensive, high-quality resource of plant transcription factors (TFs), regulatory elements and interactions between them, advancing the understanding of plant transcriptional regulatory system.
- Comprehensive family assignment rules for plant TFs.
- Genomic TF repertoires covering main lineages of green plants.
- Abundant functional and evolutionary information for identified TFs.
- A set of manually curated, non-redundant, high-quality TF binding motifs derived from experiments.
- An online TF prediction server.
- Multiple types of regulatory elements derived from ChIP-seq, DNase-seq, and genome comparison.
- Genome-wide regulatory interactions curated from literature and inferred by combining TF binding motifs and regulatory elements.
- Systemic GO annotation for genes of 165 plant species.
- Orthologous groups and RBHs for all genes of 156 plant species.
- A set of tools for regulation prediction and functional enrichment analyses.
- A manually curated Arabidopsis transcriptional regulatory network derived from literature.
- Architectures and evolutionary features of plant transcription regulatory networks.
How to Cite:
Jin JP, Tian F, Yang DC, Meng YQ, Kong L, Luo JC and Gao G. (2017). PlantTFDB 4.0: toward a central hub for transcription factors and regulatory interactions in plants. Nucleic Acids Research, 45(D1):D1040-D1045.
Jin JP, He K, Tang X, Li Z, Lv L, Zhao Y, Luo JC, Gao G. (2015). An Arabidopsis transcriptional regulatory map reveals distinct functional and evolutionary features of novel transcription factors. Molecular Biology and Evolution, 32(7):1767-1773.