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Transcriptional regulatory code of a eukaryotic genome

Christopher T. Harbison, D. Benjamin Gordon, Tong Ihn Lee, Nicola J. Rinaldi, Kenzie D. Macisaac, Timothy W. Danford, Nancy M. Hannett, Jean-Bosco Tagne, David B. Reynolds, Jane Yoo, Ezra G. Jennings, Julia Zeitlinger, Dmitry K. Pokholok, Manolis Kellis, P. Alex Rolfe, Ken T. Takusagawa, Eric S. Lander, David K. Gifford, Ernest Fraenkel and Richard A. Young

Nature 431, 99-104(2 September 2004)

doi:10.1038/nature02800

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Discovering binding-site specificities for yeast transcriptional regulators.

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Drafting the yeast transcriptional regulatory map.

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Yeast promoter architectures: single regulator architecture, promoter regions that contain one or more copies of the binding site sequence for a single regulator; repetitive motif architecture, promoter regions that contain multiple copies of a binding site sequence of a regulator; multiple regulator architecture, promoter regions that contain one or more copies of the binding site sequences for more than one regulator; co-occurring regulator architecture, promoters that contain binding site sequences for recurrent pairs of regulators.

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Figure 4

Environment-specific use of the transcriptional regulatory code.

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