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Table 2 Phase-specific TF and motif combinations

From: Identifying combinatorial regulation of transcription factors and binding motifs

Phase Motif combinations* Over-represented TFs Component motifs §ChIP TFs
G1 ACGCGT (-49) Mbp1 Swi6    ACGCGT Mbp1 Swi6   
  AAACGCG (-35) Mbp1 Swi4 Swi6   AAACGCG Mbp1 Swi4 Swi6  
  ACGCGA and CGCGAA (-29) Mbp1 Stb1 Swi4   ACGCGA Mbp1 Stb1 Swi4  
       CGCGAA    Swi4 Swi6
S CGCGAA[A] and TAAACAA (-09) Fkh2 Hir1 Swi4 Swi6 CGCGAA    Swi4 Swi6
       CGCGAAA    Swi4  
       TAAACAA Fkh2    
S/G2 ATAAACAA (-06) Fkh2     ATAAACAA Fkh2    
G2/M GTAAACA and TTAGGAA (-09) Mcm1 Fkh1 Fkh2 Ndd1 GTAAACA   Fkh1 Fkh2 Ndd1
       TTAGGAA Mcm1    
M/G1 TTAGGAAA (-07) Mcm1     TTAGGAAA Mcm1    
  TGAAACA[A] and CCAGCA (-09) Swi5 Dig1 Ste12   TGAAACA   Dig1 Ste12  
       TGAAACAA    Ste12  
       CCAGCA Swi5    
  AAACGC and ATAATTA (-05) Mcm1 Swi4    AAACGC   Stb1   
       ATAATTA Mcm1    
  1. *Over-represented motif combinations for each cell-cycle phase. Numbers in parentheses represent the exponential part of the p-value for the over-representation. Over-represented TFs in the promoters with a motif combination. Motifs constituting the corresponding motif combination. §ChIP TFs, in the targets of which the 'component motif' to the left is over-represented. TFs were derived only in either over-represented TFs or ChIP TFs but not in both (as described in Materials and methods).