Additional file 5: of The diversification of the basic leucine zipper family in eukaryotes correlates with the evolution of multicellularity

2016-02-01T05:00:00Z (GMT) by Katia Jindrich Bernard Degnan
Emergence of new domain combinations in metazoan bZIP families. A bar represents a typical bZIP family member, on which we indicated the positions of the bZIP domain (BRLZ, in yellow) and a conserved motif (in grey). Three of these motifs – KID in CREB, TAD in ATF2 and HOB 1-2 in JUN- have been previously described in bilaterian bZIPs. Each motif is displayed as a logo. Coloured circles to the right indicate the presence of this motif in the taxa listed on the top right. Hs: Homo sapiens; Dm: Drosophila melanogaster; Hm: Hydra magnipapillata; Aq: Amphimedon queenslandica; Mb: Monosiga brevicollis; Co: Capsaspora owczarzaki; Sc: Saccharomyces cerevisiae. (PDF 1097 kb)