Fig. 1: Maximum entropy model inferred from Hi–C experiments in C. crescentus. | Nature Communications

Fig. 1: Maximum entropy model inferred from Hi–C experiments in C. crescentus.

From: Learning the distribution of single-cell chromosome conformations in bacteria reveals emergent order across genomic scales

Fig. 1

A Comparison between experimental contact frequencies \({f}_{ij}^{{\rm{expt}}}\) (upper left corner, adapted from ref. 26) and contact frequencies obtained from our inferred MaxEnt model \({f}_{ij}^{{\rm{model}}}\) (lower right corner). B Associated inferred effective interaction energies ϵij (lower right corner, white regions indicate ϵij → ) together with a scatter plot of \({f}_{ij}^{{\rm{expt}}}\) vs. \({f}_{ij}^{{\rm{model}}}\) (inset). C Visualization of a single-cell chromosome configuration predicted by our MaxEnt model; the centers of four distinct chromosome sections are represented in the schematic by colored spheres.

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