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Figure 2. From: General transcription factors and subunits of RNA polymerase III.

Schematic representation of the amino acid homology of a Drosophila pseudoobscura pseudoobscura protein (Genbank accession # XP_001360915) with ScTFC7, with HsPTFβ and with a Drosophila pseudoobscura pseudoobscura protein (Genbank accession # XP_002134843). The percentage of identical amino acids is indicated by “id” and of homologous amino acids by “ho.” The numbers of amino acids of the individual proteins, as well as the regions showing homology in between individual proteins are appropriately indicated. The Pfam signature 12251:zf-SNAP50_C is found in HsPTFβ (amino acids 201–407) and in Dpp XP_001360915 (amino acids 309–515). The Pfam signature 10419:TFIIIC_subunit is contained in ScTFC7 (amino acids 317–351) and the Dpp proteins XP_001360915 and XP_002134843 (amino acids 35–69 in both proteins).

Martin Teichmann, et al. Transcription. 2010 Nov-Dec;1(3):130-135.
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Figure 1. From: General transcription factors and subunits of RNA polymerase III.

(A) RNA polymerase III promoter types in humans (Hs), Drosophila melanogaster (Dm) and Saccharomyces cerevisiae (Sc). Type 1 and 2 promoters are similar, but U6 promoters are different in the three species. The complete set of genes that utilize the distinct promoter types have been determined.5,6 (B) Promoters and transcription factors of the human (vertebrate) Pol III transcription machinery. Subunits of the PSE-binding transcription factor (PTF) are indicated by their PTF nomenclature and the molecular masses of the corresponding SNAPc subunits. SNAPc19 has not been reported in PTF.

Martin Teichmann, et al. Transcription. 2010 Nov-Dec;1(3):130-135.

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