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Capturing auxin response factors syntax using DNA binding models
Auxin is a key hormone performing a wealth of functions throughout the plant life cycle. It acts largely by regulating genes at the transcriptional level through a family of transcription factors (TF) called auxin response factors (ARF). Even if all ARF monomers analysed so far bind a similar DNA sequence, there is evidence that ARFs differ in their target genomic regions and regulated genes. Here we use position weight matrices (PWM) to model ARF DNA binding specificity based on published DNAdoi:10.1101/359182 fatcat:gczun5r6dffdtcvqqddiafjuwe