CG-1

CG-1
SMART accession number:SM01076
Description: CG-1 domains are highly conserved domains of about 130 amino-acid residues containing a predicted bipartite NLS and named after a partial cDNA clone isolated from parsley encoding a sequence-specific DNA-binding protein (PUBMED:8075408). CG-1 domains are associated with CAMTA proteins (for CAlModulin -binding Transcription Activator) that are transcription factors containing a calmodulin -binding domain and ankyrins (ANK) motifs (PUBMED:11925432).
Interpro abstract (IPR005559):

CG-1 domains are highly conserved domains of about 130 amino-acid residues containing a predicted bipartite nuclear localisation signal. They are named after a partial cDNA clone isolated from parsley encoding a sequence-specific DNA-binding protein [(PUBMED:8075408)]. CG-1 domains are found in CAMTA proteins (for CAlModulin -binding Transcription Activator), which are transcription factors containing a calmodulin-binding domain and ankyrin repeats [(PUBMED:11925432)].

GO component:nucleus (GO:0005634)
GO function:DNA binding (GO:0003677)
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There are 547 CG-1 domains in 545 proteins in SMART's nrdb database.

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