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Table 2 Enrichment of putative bZIP-target cis-elements in promoters of chilling upregulated genes.

From: Transcriptional regulatory network triggered by oxidative signals configures the early response mechanisms of japonica rice to chilling stress

Cluster Motif Putative elementa Associated class of bZIP (putative)b % (TIC)c e-value
C100A GGTTTGTA as1/ocs/TGA-like Groups D, I, S 71 (10.56) 5e-004
  GAGGAAGA as1/ocs/TGA-like Groups D, I, S 69 (13.28) 4e-004
  AAACAATG as1/ocs/TGA-like Groups D, I, S 61 (12.36) 9e-005
  GCAATATA as1/ocs/TGA-like* Groups D, I, S 58 (11.64) 8e-004
C99 AAATTGATT as1/ocs/TGA-like Groups D, I, S 50 (14.12) 3e-004
C99A TTTTGCTG as1/ocs/TGA-like Groups D, I, S 71 (11.97) 7e-004
  TTGGAGAG RSG element bZIP 66 (11.78) 3e-004
  CCGTGACA as1/ocs/TGA-like* Groups D, I, S 55 (11.52) 6e-004
  TTTGTGTA as1/ocs/TGA-like* Groups D, I, S 51 (12.85) 7e-004
C97 ATGTTT(g/t)(a/g)(a/c) as1/ocs/TGA-like* Groups D, I, S 62 (12.32) 3e-004
  GCG(a/c/t)ACAA ABRE-like Group-A 62 (11.44) 7e-004
  ATATTTTGA as1/ocs/TGA-like* Groups D, I, S 54 (13.95) 4e-004
  AGATTAAA as1/ocs/TGA-like* Groups D, I, S 52 (12.40) 1e-003
  AATT(a/t)GAG as1/ocs/TGA-like* Groups D, I, S 50 (13.45) 8e-004
C97A CGGCGGCGA ABRE-like Group-A 52 (14.65) 9e-004
C94 CGACGACG as1/ocs/TGA-like Groups D, I, S 61 (11.77) 1e-004
  GTTTTGAT as1/ocs/TGA-like Groups D, I, S 58 (12.33) 8e-004
  GTGATGTG as1/ocs/TGA-like Groups D, I, S 53 (12.23) 5e-005
  G3TGAC(a/g)A as1/ocs/TGA-like Groups D, I, S 52 (11.99) 5e-004
C91 CTCCTCCT ABRE-like Group-A 58 (14.14) 9e-004
  CGCCGTTC Vs1-like Groups D, I, S 53 (11.37) 2e-004
  AGATGATG as1/ocs/TGA-like Groups D, I, S 50 (12.98) 1e-004
  AATTTATG as1/ocs/TGA-like Groups D, I, S 50 (12.90) 2e-004
C90A AATTTGAT as1/ocs/TGA-like* Groups D, I, S 56 (12.80) 1e-004
  CGTGGTGT ABRE-like Groups D, I, S 51 (11.80) 5e-005
C88A GGCGGGAG ABRE-like Groups D, I, S 53 (12.47) 8e-004
  GGCGGGAG ABRE-like Groups D, I, S 53 (12.47) 8e-004
  TCTTCTCTCT CAMTA3 bZIP 50 (14.80) 5e-004
  GAAAATGA as1/ocs/TGA-like Groups D, I, S 50 (12.74) 4e-004
C86 AAACCACA ABRE-like Groups D, I, S 69 (11.25) 2e-004
  CAAAAACA ABRE-like Groups D, I, S 68 (12.03) 2e-004
  GGCCATCG as1/ocs/TGA-like Groups D, I, S 68 (11.35) 2e-004
  AGCGAGAG ABRE-like Group-A 61 (11.84) 5e-004
  TACACCAT ABRE-like Group-A 60 (11.47) 2e-004
  GAACGATG ABRE-like Group-A 57 (11.22) 2e-004
  TCCTCTTCT CAMTA3/ABRE-like Groups D, I, S 51 (13.37) 9e-004
  TATATGTA ABRE-like Group-A 51 (13.35) 2e-003
  CAAATTGA as1/ocs/TGA-like* Groups D, I, S 50 (12.54) 5e-004
C87A GCGAGGAA ABRE-like Group-A 63 (11.21) 2e-004
  AGCAAACAA ABRE-like Group-A 51 (13.37) 2e-004
  ACAACGAC ABRE-like Group-A 50 (11.91) 2e-004
C86A CGGTGGCG ABRE-like Group-A 70 (12.13) 4e-004
  TGAAGATG as1/ocs/TGA-like Groups D, I, S 53 (12.24) 1e-003
  GCTGATTT as1/ocs/TGA-like Groups D, I, S 51 (11.92) 5e-004
C83 CTCGCCGC ABRE-like Group-A 65 (13.24) 7e-004
  AAATTTGA as1/ocs/TGA-like* Groups D, I, S 63 (12.68) 6e-004
  C(c/t)GAGCTC as1/ocs/TGA-like Groups D, I, S 57 (11.44) 5e-004
C83A AATTTGAT as1/ocs/TGA-like* Groups D, I, S 70 (12.72) 2e-004
  GGCTC(a/g)A(a/c/g) as1/ocs/TGA-like* Groups D, I, S 65 (11.06) 6e-004
  AATTTTGA as1/ocs/TGA-like* Groups D, I, S 61 (12.86) 7e-004
  (a/t)GAAATTG as1/ocs/TGA-like* Groups D, I, S 53 (11.85) 4e-004
  TCGCCGTC ABRE-like Group-A 51 (13.06) 2e-004
  TCTGA(a/t)CA as1/ocs/TGA-like* Groups D, I, S 51 (11.80) 7e-004
  GAG(a/g)CGAA as1/ocs/TGA-like* Groups D, I, S 51 (13.00) 1e-004
  CCACCCAA ABRE-like Group-A 51 (12.44) 7e-004
C81 AGGAGA(a/g)G as1/ocs/TGA-like Groups D, I, S 61 (13.03) 1e-004
  GGCCGTG(c/g) ABRE-like Group-A 52 (12.65) 2e-004
C79 CGTGGTGT ABRE-like Group-A 65 (11.60) 5e-004
  GAAAATGA as1/ocs/TGA-like Groups D, I, S 53 (12.04) 2e-004
  ATAATTTGA as1/ocs/TGA-like Groups D, I, S 53 (13.74) 9e-004
  ATGTACATTT as1/ocs/TGA-like Groups D, I, S 52 (12.82 2e-004
  ATCATGCA ABRE-like Group-A 51 (12.69) 4e-004
C78 CTCCTCCT ABRE-like Group-A 65 (14.12) 1e-003
  AAATTGATT as1/ocs/TGA-like* Groups D, I, S 53 (14.12) 3e-004
  1. aHomology with motifs identified in other plant species (TRANSFAC, PLACE and AGRIS databases).
  2. bPossible classes of associated bZIP proteins based on recent phylogenetic classification [29] and co-expression.
  3. cPercent occurrence in critical promoters relative to background sequences (Total Information Content).
  4. *Also similar to W-box (WRKY) motifs.