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Arabidopsis thaliana project



Element Report

Name: AT1G02580.1Version: 10
Element type:transcript
Description:SET domain-containing protein
Comment:Encodes a putative transcription factor MEDEA (MEA) that negatively regulates seed development in the absence of fertilization. Mutations in this locus result in embryo lethality. MEA is a Polycomb group gene that is imprinted in the endosperm. The maternal allele is expressed and the paternal allele is silent. MEA is controlled by DEMETER (DME), a DNA glycosylase required to activate MEA expression, and METHYLTRANSFERASE I (MET1), which maintains CG methylation at the MEA locus. MEA is involved in the negative regulation of its own imprinted gene expression; the effect is not only allele-specific but also dynamically regulated during seed development. In the ovule, the MEA transcripts are accumulated at their highest level before fertilization and gradually decrease after fertilization
Contig:chr1_pseudomolecule_TAIR9

Gene features
Size (bp):4420
Spliced size (bp):2291
Start:544783
Stop:549202
Subelements:
TypeStartStopSize
5'UTR11313
exon12222
exon19128090
exon8501181332
exon12801453174
exon1531161888
exon17301855126
exon1945199248
exon2089215769
exon22422390149
exon24662592127
exon26812889209
exon29663097132
exon3188326982
exon3352339948
exon35293657129
exon3743382078
exon40334420388
3'UTR42134420208
Related elements:Group List
Evidences:Evidence List

References
Confidence:TAIR ath release 10.0
Publications:PubMed
External links:TIGR TAIR
References:GO database
GO database
GO database
GO database
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Gene family information
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Sequence report for AT1G02580.1
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Protein domain informations from SIMAP
Simap homologs in:-Viridiplantae
-Fungi
-Mammalia
Simap features:List protein features and domains in this gene

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