Fuzzy clustering of CPP family in plants with evolution and interaction analyses

@inproceedings{Lu2013FuzzyCO,
  title={Fuzzy clustering of CPP family in plants with evolution and interaction analyses},
  author={Tao Lu and Yongchao Dou and Chi Zhang},
  booktitle={BMC Bioinformatics},
  year={2013}
}
Transcription factors have been studied intensively because they play an important role in gene expression regulation. However, the transcription factors in the CPP family (cystein-rich polycomb-like protein), compared with other transcription factor families, have not received sufficient attention, despite their wide prevalence in a broad spectrum of species, from plants to animals. The total number of known CPP transcription factors in plants is 111 from 16 plants, but only 2 of them have… CONTINUE READING

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