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Binding siteNameDescriptionLocationPosition
Motif_125BOXIINTPATPBBox II found in the tobacco plastid atpB gene promoter; Conserved in several NCII (nonconsensus type II) promoters of plastid genes; Important for the activity of this NCII promoterUpstream-345
Motif_194EBOXBNNAPAE-box of napA storage-protein gene of Brassica napus;This sequence is also known as RRE (R response element); MYC recognition site found in the promoters of the dehydration-responsive gene rd22 and many other genes in Arabidopsis; Binding site of ATMYC2 (previously known as rd22BP1); see E-box and MYCATRD22; MYC recognition sequence in CBF3 promoter; Binding site of ICE1 (inducer of CBF expression 1) that regulates the transcription of CBF/DREB1 genes in the cold in Arabidopsis; ICE1Upstream-119
Motif_325WRKY18Identification of genes encoding receptor-like protein kinases as possible targets of pathogen- and salicylic acid-induced WRKY DNA-binding proteins in ArabidopsisUpstream-430
Motif_346SND1;VND6;VND7;NST1;NST2Global analysis of direct targets of secondary wall NAC master switches in ArabidopsisUpstream-327
Motif_391REALPHALGLHCB21REalpha found in Lemna gibba Lhcb21 gene promoter; Located at -134 to -129; Binding site of proteins of whole-cell extracts; The DNA binding activity is high in etiolated plants but much lower in green plants; Required for phytochrome regulationUpstream-116
Motif_419MYB4 binding site motifNot availableUpstream-44
Motif_563PYRIMIDINEBOXOSRAMY1APyrimidine box found in rice alpha-amylase (RAmy1A) gene; Gibberellin-respons cis-element of GARE and pyrimidine box are partially involved in sugar repression; Found in the promoter of barley alpha-amylase (Amy2/32b) gene which is induced in the aleurone layers in response to GA; BPBF protein binds specifically to this siteUpstream-160
Motif_630WBOXNTCHN48W box identified in the region between -125 and -69 of a tobacco class I basic chitinase gene CHN48; NtWRKY1, NtWRKY2 and NtWRKY4 bound to W box; NtWRKYs possibly involved in elicitor-respsonsive transcription of defense genes in tobaccoUpstream-177
Motif_658GT1CONSENSUSConsensus GT-1 binding site in many light-regulated genes, e.g., RBCS from many species, PHYA from oat and rice, spinach RCA and PETA, and bean CHS15; GT-1 can stabilize the TFIIA-TBP-DNA (TATA box) complex; The activation mechanism of GT-1 may be achieved through direct interaction between TFIIA and GT-1; Binding of GT-1-like factors to the PR-1a promoter influences the level of SA-inducible gene expressionUpstream-355