E2Ls, E2F-like repressors of Arabidopsis that bind to E2F sites in a monomeric form.

@article{Kosugi2002E2LsER,
  title={E2Ls, E2F-like repressors of Arabidopsis that bind to E2F sites in a monomeric form.},
  author={Shunichi Kosugi and Yuko Ohashi},
  journal={The Journal of biological chemistry},
  year={2002},
  volume={277 19},
  pages={
          16553-8
        }
}
E2F transcription factors are major regulators of cell proliferation, and each factor contributes differently to cell cycle control. Arabidopsis contains six E2F homologs, of which three are proteins that exhibit an overall similarity to animal E2Fs and interact with DPa and DPb to stimulate DNA binding. Here we describe the other three E2F-like proteins from Arabidopsis, E2L1-3, which have two copies of a domain with a limited similarity only to the DNA binding domain of E2F. Unlike known E2Fs… CONTINUE READING

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