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Table 1 Co-activity between CTFPs

From: Functional and topological characterization of transcriptional cooperativity in yeast

Condition Average co-activity Co-activity increase (inā€‰nā€‰-fold) ā€‰pā€‰-value
Anearobic N-C-P-S chemostats 0.58 1.63 8.99*10-3
C-S-P-N chemostat limitation 0.49 1.25 4.73*10-2
Calcineurin 0.55 2.48 9.13*10-7
Carbon-limited chemostats 0.56 1.37 6.97*10-3
Cell Cycle 0.43 6.39 2.99*10-9
Cold shift 0.53 1.20 3.66*10-2
Compounds and stress 0.39 3.51 9.17*10-9
DNA damage 0.41 2.69 9.50*10-7
Environmental stress 0.42 3.64 9.38*10-9
Lithium response 0.56 1.29 2.34*10-1
Map kinase 0.34 2.12 1.62*10-4
Proteasome inhibitor 0.38 3.61 1.29*10-8
Regulation by PDR1 0.27 1.72 2.32*10-1
Rosetta compendium 0.37 4.24 2.09*10-9
Sporulation 0.27 1.60 1.91*10-2
TCA cycle mutants 0.28 2.46 5.41*10-6
Titratable promoter alleles 0.41 4.41 3.57*10-9
  1. Average co-activity (calculated using a squared Spearman's correlation coefficient) between members of the same CTFP. Increase in co-activity is calculated as the ratio of average correlation in CTFPs vs average correlation in 1000 non-cooperative TF pairs.