Collection of regulogs for ThiR transcription factor
|TF binding sites
The predicted transcription factor ThiR was predicted to control the thiamine biosynthesis and uptake genes in diverse archaeal genomes. It has an N-terminal winged helix-turn-helix DNA binding domain and C-terminal domain that is homologous to archaeal thiamine-phosphate synthase ThiN. Thus, ThiR presumably binds to DNA and control its target genes in response to vitamin B1 or its phosphorylated derivatives.