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Table 1 The relationship between gene expression variation and the number of cis-elements.

From: The effects of protein interactions, gene essentiality and regulatory regions on expression variation

Cis-elements are identified with binding p < 0.0001 and conservation in at least 2 other yeast species
Gene expression data-set Linear regression R2
  β p value  
Ca_Na exposure 0.0589 1.17e-06 1.25%
Chemostat 0.0188 0.0067 0.39%
Environmental Stress 0.0507 5.48e-07 1.33%
Oxidative Stress 0.0025 0.725 0.01%
Cis-elements are identified with binding p < 0.0001 and conservation in at least 1 other yeast
Gene expression data-set Linear regression R2
  β p value  
Ca_Na exposure 0.0539 4.45e-08 1.33%
Chemostat 0.0161 0.0046 0.36%
Environmental Stress 0.0516 3.56e-10 1.74%
Oxidative Stress 0.0013 0.826 0
Cis-elements are identified with binding p < 0.0001 and no Conservation Criteria    
Gene expression data-set Linear regression R2
  β p value  
Ca_Na exposure 0.0393 1.05e-07 1.02%
Chemostat 0.0151 0.0004 0.45%
Environmental Stress 0.0346 1.68e-08 1.15%
Oxidative Stress 0.0028 0.526 0.01%
  1. Cis-elements are identified with three different criteria according to their conservation in two other species. β is the linear coefficient in the linear model, the p-value is related to the null hypothesis that β ≠ 0 versus β = 0, and the R2 is the fraction of variation explained by the number of cis-elements.