Skip to main content

Table 3 Species-specific binding parameters for two yeast TFs.

From: BayesPI - a new model to study protein-DNA interactions: a case study of condition-specific protein binding parameters for Yeast transcription factors

TF Species Experiment design E BP U BP Motif similarity score Median E BP Median U BP
STE12 Scer R -18.1 -15.09 0.82 -18.31 -15.09
   R -35.86 -18.16 0.72   
  Smik R -24.40 -21.11 0.91 -17.35 -17.17
   R -17.35 -16.44 0.90   
   D -16.96 -17.17 0.90   
  Sbay R -16.52 -16.24 0.86 -16.52 -16.24
   R -16.47 -15.7 0.86   
   D -21.72 -18.02 0.91   
TEC1 Scer R -15.63 -15.46 0.91 -18.66 -15.96
   R -21.68 -16.45 0.92   
  Smik R -11.82 -12.95 0.90 -14.03 -13.59
   R -15.92 -15.88 0.91   
   D -14.03 -13.59 0.90   
  Sbay R -19.39 -13.43 0.79 -15.46 -13.57
   R -14.95 -12.63 0.83   
   D -15.97 -14.50 0.93   
  1. Minimal binding energy (consensus) E BP and chemical potential U BP are estimated by the BayesPI based on ChIP-chip experimental data from S. cerevisiae (Scer), S. mikatae (Smik), and S. bayanus (Sbay) under pseudohyphal conditions. R represents replicated experiment, and D means dye-swapped experiment.