DSX_dimerDoublesex dimerisation domain
|SMART accession number:||SM01143
||Doublesex (DSX) is a transcription factor that regulates somatic sexual differences in Drosophila. The structure of this domain has revealed a novel dimeric arrangement of ubiquitin-associated folds that has not previously been identified in a transcription factor [(PUBMED:16049008)].|
There are 71
DSX_dimer domains in 70 proteins in SMART's nrdb database.
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