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Table 1 Classification of genes according to ChIP data and inferred regulatory coupling.

From: Defining transcriptional networks through integrative modeling of mRNA expression and transcription factor binding data

TF B- B+/C+ B+/C- Unclassified*
Abf1 5638 138 136 470
Ace2 5843 33 33 473
Arg81 5985 11 10 376
Bas1 5975 28 13 366
Cad1 5854 26 13 489
Dal81 5823 24 16 519
Dig1 5872 20 11 479
Fhl1 5754 146 37 445
Fkh2 5261 61 45 1015
Gal4 5149 20 20 1193
Gat3 5891 40 29 422
Gcn4 5919 58 21 384
Hal9 5948 4 13 417
Hap4 5939 47 21 375
Hir1 5963 19 10 390
Hir2 5932 8 13 429
Hsf1 5929 35 17 401
Leu3 5988 8 13 373
Mbp1 5641 65 40 636
Mcm1 5709 42 46 585
Met31 5983 15 13 371
Msn4 5952 23 7 400
Mss11 4735 11 9 1627
Ndd1 5799 50 42 491
Nrg1 5912 61 20 389
Rlm1 5900 13 24 445
Sig1 5683 0 0 699
Sko1 5155 2 0 1225
Sok2 4881 10 6 1485
Stb1 5791 13 10 568
Ste12 5725 19 31 607
Sum1 5919 35 26 402
Swi4 5528 75 48 731
Swi5 5358 47 45 932
Thi2 5940 5 1 436
Yap1 5959 28 16 379
Yap6 5924 33 54 371
  1. *Genes whose expression level in microarray data or binding P-value in Lee et al. is not available. The number of genes in each of the categories (B-, unbound genes; B+/C+, bound and coupling genes; B+/C-, genes that are bound but do not couple) is shown for each of the 37 transcription factors analyzed. On average, 58% of the significantly bound genes were classified in the B+/C+ group.
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