|Bernadt et al. (2005):||NF-Y is a bifunctional transcription factor capable of activating or repressing transcription. NF-Y specifically recognizes CCAAT box motifs present in many eukaryotic promoters. The mechanisms involved in regulating its activity are poorly understood.|
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|Number of species containing the TAP:||103|
|Number of available proteins:||153|
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Phylogenetic tree for Archeaplastida:
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The following table shows the distribution of CCAAT_HAP3 (NF-YB) over all species included in TAPscan. The values for e.g. a specific kingdom are shown in the tree below if you expand the tree for that kingdom.