Displaying JUMONJI Family from Sorghum  
Information about JUMONJI family
The jumonji (jmj) gene was identified by a mouse gene trap approach and has essential roles in the development of multiple tissues. The Jmj protein has a DNA binding domain, ARID, and two conserved jmj domains (jmjN and jmjC). In many diverse species including bacteria, fungi, plants, and animals, there are many jumonji family proteins that have only the jmjC domain or both jmj domains. Recently, Jmj protein was found to be a transcriptional repressor. Several proteins in the jumonji family are involved in transcriptional repression and/or chromatin regulation (PMID:16715513). The jmjC-domain containing proteins were found to be able to remove histone methyl groups. Multiple JmjC domain-containing histone demethylases have been identified in animal cells, which are divided into distinct groups according to sequence similarities, including JARID/KDM5, JMJD1/JHDM2/KDM3, JMJD2/KDM4, JMJD3/KDM6, JHDM1/FBX/KDM2 and the "JmjC domain-only" group. Different groups target specific histone lysines at different methylation states. Rice and Arabidopsis contain Jmj proteins that are important for the regulation of gene expression in those respective organisms (PMID:21419882).
Pubmed Links: 16715513     21419882     

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SbJMJ1Sb01g015210
SbJMJ2Sb01g027940
SbJMJ3Sb01g033580
SbJMJ4Sb01g035540
SbJMJ5Sb02g000900
SbJMJ6Sb02g024010
SbJMJ7Sb03g024590
SbJMJ8Sb03g043210
SbJMJ9Sb04g000775
SbJMJ10Sb04g031040
SbJMJ11Sb04g036630
SbJMJ12Sb04g038170
SbJMJ13Sb05g022250
SbJMJ14Sb07g020680
SbJMJ15Sb09g008870
SbJMJ16Sb10g009710
SbJMJ17Sb0011s007590
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