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Figure S1-Soybean GmPHD5 was a PHD finger domain containing protein. Nucleotide and amino acid sequences of soybean GmPHD5. The amino acids in the red rectangle indicated the PHD finger domain (A). The GmPHD5 contained a PHD finger domain in its C terminus, which has the typical C4HC3 structure, as highlighted in pink and blue rectangles (B). Alignment of the PHD finger domain of AtING1, MsAlfin 1, AtAL6, HsBPTF, HsING2, GmPHD5. The red rectangle indicated the conserved aromatic amino acids which composed the pocket recognizing methylated H3K4. The blue rectangle indicated the conserved negative charged amino acids which composed the pocket recognizing H3R2 methylation (C). AtING1:at3g24010; MsAlfin 1:AAA20093.2; AtAL6: at2g02470; HsBPTF: NP_872579.2; HsING2: NP_001555.1. At: Arabidopsis thaliana; Ms: Medicago sativa; Hs: Homo sapiens; Gm: Glycine max.

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Wu et al. BMC Plant Biology 2011 11:178   doi:10.1186/1471-2229-11-178