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Table 6 uORF features conserved between Arabidopsis and rice

From: Identification of novel conserved peptide uORF homology groups in Arabidopsis and rice reveals ancient eukaryotic origin of select groups and preferential association with transcription factor-encoding genes

uORF homology group uORF length (amino acids) Conserved sequence features
   Length conserved at N- and C-Termini N-terminus (amino acids) Middle (amino acids) C-terminus (amino acids) Overall
uORF features conserved between Arabidopsis and rice
1 25–43 C-terminus    SY-rich: 5/14 20–39% STY
2 34–39 C-terminus    KR-rich: 5–6/20 18–24% KR
3 50–54 N- and C-termini K-rich: 4/9 S-rich: 5–6/6 KR-rich: 4–5/16, SY-rich: 4–5/12 17–23% KR. 22–29% SY
4 52–55 N- and C-termini    SY-rich: 7/30 21–23% STY
5 38–41 N- and C-termini     
6 55–68 N-terminus     
7 57–105 N-terminus STY-rich: 6–7/22 KR-rich: 4/5–8   
8 61–62 N- and C-termini     CHCH domain, 17% KR
9 17–33 N-terminus     
10.1 41 N- and C-termini     
11 24–44 C-terminus    KR-rich: 5–6/15 25% KR
12 39–51 N- and C-termini     
13 25 N- and C-termini   RS-rich: 10–12/18   40–48% RS
14 29 N-terminus   ST-rich: 4–6/10   14–32% STY
15.1 18–27 N- and C-termini    8/9 hydrophobic  
15.3 43–54 N- and C-termini    13/14 completely conserved  
16 40–62 C-terminus     
17 36–45 C-terminus     
18 36–38 Neither     
19 30–34 N-terminus     29% ST
uORF features conserved between Arabidopsis paralogs
20 41–43 N- and C-termini STY-rich: 8–9/27    23% STY
21 87–90 N- and C-termini   ST-rich: 11–12/17–22   22–25% ST
22 25 N- and C-termini     
23 69–71 Neither     
24 31–34 N- and C-termini     
25 25 N- and C-termini     
26 22 N-terminus