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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-112
Motif_223LTRE1HVBLT49LTRE-1 (low-temperature-responsive element) in barley (H.v.) blt4.9 gene promoter; A new LTRE; A previously known LTRE is CCGACUpstream-151
Motif_258-10PEHVPSBD-10 promoter element found in the barley (H.v.) chloroplast psbD gene promoter; Involved in the expression of the plastid gene psbD which encodes a photosystem II reaction center chlorophyll-binding protein that is activated by blue, white or UV-A lightUpstream-110
Motif_309GATA promoter motifArabidopsis thaliana GATA factors: organisation, expression and DNA-binding characteristicsUpstream-139
Motif_330ANAERO5CONSENSUSOne of 16 motifs found in silico in promoters of 13 anaerobic genes involved in the fermentative pathway (anaerobic set 1); Arbitrary named ANAERO5CONSENSUS by the PLACEdb curatorUpstream-96
Motif_342POLASIG1PolyA signal; poly A signal found in legA gene of pea, rice alpha-amylase; -10 to -30 in the case of animal genes. Near upstream elements (NUE) in ArabidopsisUpstream-108
Motif_357NTBBF1ARROLBNtBBF1(Dof protein from tobacco) binding site in Agrobacterium rhizogenes rolB gene; Found in regulatory domain B (-341 to -306); Required for tissue-specific expression and auxin inductionUpstream-106
Motif_459SORLIP1Identification of key promoter motifs involved in the network of light-regulated gene expression by combined analysis of genomic sequence and microarray dataUpstream-146
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-140