Table 2.

Analysis of pTAC Domains

AGI Acc. No.aProteincTPbDomainc
At1g14410PTAC1 (DNA binding protein p24-related)+ (47)ssDNA binding domain
At1g74850PTAC2 (pentatricopeptide repeat-containing protein)+ (66)MutSPPRTPR
At3g04260PTAC3 (SAP domain-containing protein)+ (29)SAP
At1g65260PTAC4 (PspA/IM30 family protein)+ (64)PspA/IM30
At4g13670PTAC5 (peptidoglycan binding domain-containing protein)+ (40)Peptidoglycan binding domainDnaJ
At1g21600PTAC6 (expressed protein)+ (59)
At5g24314PTAC7 (expressed protein)+ (32)
At2g46820PTAC8 (expressed protein)+ (45)
At4g20010PTAC9 (expressed protein)DUF731
OB fold
At3g48500PTAC10 (S1 domain- containing protein)+ (40)S1
At2g02740PTAC11 (DNA binding protein p24-related)+ (75)ssDNA binding domain
At2g34640PTAC12 (unknown protein)+ (16)
At3g09210PTAC13 (KOW domain-containing transcription factor family protein)KOW NGN
At4g20130PTAC14 (SET domain-containing protein)+ (62)SET
At5g54180PTAC15 (mitochondrial transcription termination factor-related)+ (64)mTERF
At3g46780PTAC16 (expressed protein)+ (19)Nucleoside-diphosphate-sugar epimerases
At1g80480PTAC17 (cobW domain-containing protein)+ (68)cobW
At2g32180PTAC18 (expressed protein)+ (32)DUF861
  • a Arabidopsis Genome Initiative accession number.

  • b ChloroP prediction of the presence (+) or absence (−) of a transit sequence (cTP). The putative maturation site is given (Emanuelsson et al., 1999).

  • c Protein domains predicted by InterProScan (Apweiler et al., 2000) and BLAST (Altschul et al., 1997).