Transcription regulator BetR, N-terminal (IPR013975)

Short name: Tscrpt_reg_BetR_N

Domain relationships



CheY-like phosphoacceptor (or receiver [REC]) domain is a common module in a variety of response regulators of the bacterial signal transduction systems. BetR is one of the many response regulators and is encoded mainly in Burkholderia spp. It is a N-terminal helix-turn-helix domain (HTH) and has been shown to be related to the XRE-type HTH domain (IPR001387), it has been suggested that BetR would have dimerization, protein-protein interaction, and activation/relief-of-inhibition properties [PMID: 16740923].

Contributing signatures

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