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Fig. 5 | Fungal Biology and Biotechnology

Fig. 5

From: Truncation of the transcriptional repressor protein Cre1 in Trichoderma reesei Rut-C30 turns it into an activator

Fig. 5

In silico domain prediction of Cre1 (a) and Cre1-96 (b). The putative domains of Cre1 (A) and Cre1-96 (B) were predicted by a number of in silico prediction tools and alignment algorithms as described in the Methods section. Numbers indicate the amino acid (aa) positions and coloured boxes indicate identified domains: blue, C2H2 zinc finger; yellow, linker; pink, nuclear localization signal (NLS); black-white striped, transactivation domain (TAD); grey, other conserved region; turquoise, Q (glutamine), DE (aspartic (D) and glutamic acid (E)); green, Q-X7 Q-X7-Q; dark blue, nuclear export signal (NES) and violet, repression domain. Phosphorylation site Ser241 according to [20] is marked. The predicted zinc finger domain superfamily are presented as amino acid sequence and the zinc finger binding sites (cysteine (C) or histidine (H)) are coloured in blue. The e-value is given below the amino acid sequence

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