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Jing-Song Zhang, Hai-Quan Wang, Jie Xia, Kun Sha, Shu-Tao He, Hao Dai, Xiao-Hu Hao, Yi-Wei Zhou, Qiu Wang, Ke-Ke Ding, Zhang-Lei Ju, Wen Wang, Luo-Nan Chen. Coevolutionary insights between promoters and transcription factors in the plant and animal kingdoms. Zoological Research, 2022, 43(5): 805-812. doi: 10.24272/j.issn.2095-8137.2022.111
Citation: Jing-Song Zhang, Hai-Quan Wang, Jie Xia, Kun Sha, Shu-Tao He, Hao Dai, Xiao-Hu Hao, Yi-Wei Zhou, Qiu Wang, Ke-Ke Ding, Zhang-Lei Ju, Wen Wang, Luo-Nan Chen. Coevolutionary insights between promoters and transcription factors in the plant and animal kingdoms. Zoological Research, 2022, 43(5): 805-812. doi: 10.24272/j.issn.2095-8137.2022.111

Coevolutionary insights between promoters and transcription factors in the plant and animal kingdoms

doi: 10.24272/j.issn.2095-8137.2022.111
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Funds:  This work was supported by the National Key Research and Development Program of China (2017YFA0505500 to L.N.C., 2017YFC0909502 to J.S.Z.); Strategic Priority Research Program of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (XDB38040400 to L.N.C., XDB13000000 to W.W.); National Science Foundation of China (12131020 and 31930022 to L.N.C, 61602460 to J.S.Z.); Major Key Project of PCL (PCL2021A12 to L.N.C.); Special Fund for Science and Technology Innovation Strategy of Guangdong Province (2021B0909050004 and 2021B0909060002 to L.N.C.); and Fundamental Research Funds for the Central Universities (3102019JC007 to W.W.)
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  • The divergence and continuous evolution of plants and animals contribute to ecological diversity. Promoters and transcription factors (TFs) are key determinants of gene regulation and transcription throughout life. However, the evolutionary trajectories and relationships of promoters and TFs are still poorly understood. Here, we conducted extensive analysis of large-scale multi-omics sequences in 420 animal species and 223 plant species spanning nearly a billion years of evolutionary history. Results showed that promoter GC-content and TF isoelectric points, as features/signatures that accompany long biological evolution, exhibited increasing growth in animal cells but a decreasing trend in plant cells. Furthermore, the evolutionary trajectories of promoter and TF signatures in the animal kingdom provided further evidence that Mammalia as well as Aves evolved directly from the ancestor Reptilia. The strong correlation between promoter and TF signatures indicates that promoters and TFs formed antagonistic coevolution in the animal kingdom, but mutualistic coevolution in the plant kingdom. The distinct coevolutionary patterns potentially drive the plant-animal divergence, divergent evolution and ecological diversity.
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