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Table 4 Comparison of expression levels among the three data bases considered in this study.

From: Use of physiological constraints to identify quantitative design principles for gene expression in yeast adaptation to heat shock

Values for the Criteria from Experimental Dataset d
   Basal DB1 10' a DB2 15' b DB3 10' c DB3 15' c DB3 20' c
C1   60.2 263.8 222.4 175.0 262.6 199.4
C2   0.0012 0.0535 0.0343 0.1202 0.1830 0.1213
C3   1.8 7.7 3.7 4.9 10.3 7.7
C4 GLC 0.0345 0.0258 0.0184 0.0129 0.0102 0.0116
  G6P 1.01 16.13 11.83 18.88 18.08 10.73
  F16P 9.14 12.20 19.19 8.95 10.48 14.79
  PEP 0.0095 0.0065 0.0044 0.0041 0.0091 0.0051
  ATP 1.13 5.22 4.52 3.39 4.98 3.80
C5   0 9.52 7.92 9.87 11.78 10.29
C6   1.772 0.416 0.3902 0.4559 0.5146 0.4779
C7   71.42 9.41 11.81 4.19 7.79 11.41
C8   9.14 12.20 19.19 8.95 10.48 14.79
  1. a: BD1 10': data from Eisen's experiments at 10 min. b: BD2 15': data from Causton's experiments at 15'. c: DB3 10', DB3 15' and DB3 20': data from Gasch's experiments at 10', 15' and 20', respectively. d: Units are the same as in Table 2.