Conserved Protein Domain Family
EAR

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pfam07897: EAR 
Ethylene-responsive binding factor-associated repression
The EAR motif is the ethylene-responsive element binding factor-associated amphiphilic repression motif. This motif binds to the Groucho/Tup1-type co-repressor TOPLESS (TPL) and TPL-related proteins. The motif is frequently to be find at the N-terminus of NINJA, or Novel INteractor of JAZ, proteins. The EAR motif, defined by the consensus sequence patterns of either LxLxL or DLN xxP, is the most predominant form of transcriptional repression motif so far identified in plants. It is highly conserved in transcriptional regulators that are known to function as negative regulators in a broad range of developmental and physiological processes across evolutionarily diverse plant species. This family is closely related to family AUX_IAA Pam:PF02309 which also has an LxLxL signature.
Statistics
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PSSM-Id: 400312
View PSSM: pfam07897
Aligned: 27 rows
Threshold Bit Score: 36.4074
Threshold Setting Gi: 947051757
Created: 21-May-2020
Updated: 7-Aug-2020
Structure
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Aligned Rows:
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Sequence Alignment
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Format: Row Display: Color Bits: Type Selection:
Q6AT41         2 DDENGLELSLGLSLGGTSGKSKA-RDAplepkaepqVEESSSKGV 45  Japanese rice
XP_002463155  28 GESDGIELSLGLSLGGCFGADPS-QDGke-----lrLQRSSSIAS 66  sorghum
XP_004984009  37 GESDDVELSLGLSLGGRFGTEAK-RQR---------LARSSSIAS 71  foxtail millet
XP_002465644  29 EEMEAVELSLGLSLGGRFGLDRK-GDK---------LPRSSSVAA 63  sorghum
XP_002438161  30 aMEEDVELSLELSLGGLFGPARK-RDKd-------kLPRPSSAAA 66  sorghum
EEF47754      44 NDKPDINLGLSLSLGGIYCENSN-EKT---------LSRSSSSIG 78  castor bean
KRH66123       2 VEVEEIELDLALSIGGSFGKHTV-EKP---------APDSEARVS 36  soybean
XP_003562743  28 EAEEAVELSLGLSLGGCFGASSG-RDAkkp---rlqLARSSSIGS 68  stiff brome
EMS53691      30 sQTEEVELSLGLSLGGRFGQERRrGEG---------LARSSSVAC 65  Triticum urartu
BAS82954      29 MEAEEVELNLGLSLGGRFGLDRR-GEK---------LARSSSVAA 63  Japanese rice
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