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Table 10 Predictions in experimentally characterized binding sites for LexA

From: Evaluation of thresholds for the detection of binding sites for regulatory proteins in Escherichia coliK12 DNA

Gene Consensus/Patser Dyad sweeping
b1728 + sc:10.89 + m:13
b1741 - - + m:9
dinD + sc:14.01 + m:20
dinG + sc:9.11 + m:16
dinI + sc:12.22 + m:12
dinP - - + m:14
ftsK - sc:7.82 + m:11
lexA + sc:17.45 + m:21
molR_1 + sc:10.46 - m:8
polB - sc:8.30 + m:14
recA + sc:14.71 + m:32
recN + sc:13.56 + m:23
ruvA + sc:11.12 - m:8
sbmC + sc:14.08 + m:27
ssb + sc:12.99 + m:29
sulA + sc:15.64 + m:22
umuD + sc:10.80 + m:24
uvrA + sc:16.30 + m:29
uvrB + sc:14.94 + m:12
uvrD + sc:16.07 + m:15
ybfE - sc:8.18 - m:3
yebG + sc:14.37 + m:23
yjiW + sc:12.21 + m:14
  1. Fernandez De Henestrosa et al. [15] experimentally characterized new LexA-binding sites, which are not included in RegulonDB. The table shows our binding-site predictions with dyad sweeping and with Patser, using their corresponding best overall performance thresholds. sc, Score as obtained by Patser; m, maximum number of matching dyads. Note that most genes clearly have ROMs with 10 or more matches and with scores of Patser above 10.