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Table 1 Overview of conserved and unique Arabidopsis ZFPs in different subsets. Maximum values are in boldface. Unique ZFPs are further classified into families, pairs and singletons. C1S and C2S belong to one family but contain ZFs both with HX3H and HX4H spacing, an asterisk marks a pair with the exceptional combination of ZFs with HX4H and HX3H spacing in the first and second finger, respectively. The most expanded families, A1 and C1 are in italics.

From: Conservation, diversification and expansion of C2H2 zinc finger proteins in the Arabidopsis thaliana genome

Classified set Set A+B SubsetC1 SubsetC2 SubsetC3 ∑ all Sets
Conserved AT-ZFPs 6 (18%) 2 (3%) 9 (20%) 16 (73%) 33 (19%)
unique AT-ZFPs 27 (82%) 75 (97%) 35 (80%) 6 (27%) 143 (81%)
- ZFPs in families Al 24 C1 64
C1Q 4
C1S 3
C2A 6
C2B 17
C2S 2
C3A 3
C3B 3
126
- ZFPs in pairs 2 2* 8 - 12
- Singletons 1 2 2 - 5
∑ all ZFPs 33 77 44 22 176