Displaying TCP Family from Brachypodium  
Information about TCP family
"The cycloidea (cyc) and teosinte branched 1 (tb1) genes code for structurally related proteins implicated in the evolution of key morphological traits. However, the biochemical function of CYC and TB1 proteins remains to be demonstrated. To address this problem, we have analysed the predicted secondary structure of regions conserved between CYC and TB1, and looked for related proteins of known function. One of the conserved regions is predicted to form a non-canonical basic-Helix-Loop-Helix (bHLP) structure. This domain is also found in two rice DNA-binding proteins, PCF1 and PCF2, where it has been shown to be involved in DNA-binding and dimerization. This indicates that the conserved domain most probably defines a new family of transcription factors, which we have termed the TCP family after its first characterised members (TB1, CYC and PCFs). Other plant proteins of unknown function also belong to this family. We have studied two of these in Arabidopsis and have shown that they are expressed in rapidly growing floral primordia. This, together with the proposed involvement of cyc and tb1 in influencing meristem growth, suggests that many members of the TCP family may affect cell division. Some of these genes may have been recruited during plant evolution to generate new morphological traits."
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BdTCP1Bradi1g06460
BdTCP2Bradi1g11060
BdTCP3Bradi1g45220
BdTCP4Bradi1g58450
BdTCP5Bradi2g06890
BdTCP6Bradi2g20060
BdTCP7Bradi2g50190
BdTCP8Bradi2g50687
BdTCP9Bradi2g59240
BdTCP10Bradi3g36590
BdTCP11Bradi3g49660
BdTCP12Bradi3g59320
BdTCP13Bradi3g60350
BdTCP14Bradi4g01547
BdTCP15Bradi4g24550
BdTCP16Bradi4g29980
BdTCP17Bradi4g35520
BdTCP18Bradi4g35670
BdTCP19Bradi4g41430
BdTCP20Bradi5g02880
BdTCP21Bradi5g16270
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