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Dimerization specificity of all 67 B-ZIP motifs in Arabidopsis thaliana: a comparison to Homo sapiens B-ZIP motifs

Dimerization specificity of all 67 B-ZIP motifs in Arabidopsis thaliana: a comparison to Homo sapiens B-ZIP motifs

A Null Mutation in a bZIP Factor Confers ABA-Insensitivity in Arabidopsis thaliana

Magnesium is required for specific DNA binding of the CREB B-ZIP domain

Casein kinase II interacts with the bZIP domains of several transcription factors

Genome-Wide Analysis of bZIP-Encoding Genes in Maize

A Novel Subgroup of bZIP Proteins Functions as Transcriptional Activators in Hypoosmolarity-Responsive Expression of the ProDH Gene in Arabidopsis

Arabidopsis GARP Transcriptional Activators Interact with the Pro-Rich Activation Domain Shared by G-Box-Binding bZIP Factors

The Arabidopsis bZIP1 Transcription Factor Is Involved in Sugar Signaling, Protein Networking, and DNA Binding

The Clock Protein CCA1 and the bZIP Transcription Factor HY5 Physically Interact to Regulate Gene Expression in Arabidopsis

The 5′-AT-rich half-site of Maf recognition element: a functional target for bZIP transcription factor Maf

DNA Binding of Jun and Fos bZip Domains: Homodimers and Heterodimers Induce a DNA Conformational Change in Solution

The role of a basic amino acid cluster in target site selection and non-specific binding of bZIP peptides to DNA

Conservation of IRE1-Regulated bZIP74 mRNA Unconventional Splicing in Rice (Oryza sativa L.) Involved in ER Stress Responses

The Interaction of the Arabidopsis Response Regulator ARR18 with bZIP63 Mediates the Regulation of PROLINE DEHYDROGENASE Expression

The ubiquitously expressed bZIP inhibitor, JDP2, suppresses the transcription of its homologue immediate early gene counterpart, ATF3

One Billion Years of bZIP Transcription Factor Evolution: Conservation and Change in Dimerization and DNA-Binding Site Specificity

 

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abbr. for basic zipper; a characteristic feature of a family of proteins that possess a basic region (b) and a leucine zipper domain (ZIP). The basic region harbours a DNA‐contact ...

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