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Genetic Reconstruction Of A Functional Transcriptional Regulatory Network

Zhanzhi Hu, Patrick J. Killion, V. R. Iyer
Published 2007 · Biology, Medicine

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Although global analyses of transcription factor binding provide one view of potential transcriptional regulatory networks, regulation also occurs at levels distinct from transcription factor binding. Here, we use a genetic approach to identify targets of transcription factors in yeast and reconstruct a functional regulatory network. First, we profiled transcriptional responses in S. cerevisiae strains with individual deletions of 263 transcription factors. Then we used directed-weighted graph modeling and regulatory epistasis analysis to identify indirect regulatory relationships between these transcription factors, and from this we reconstructed a functional transcriptional regulatory network. The enrichment of promoter motifs and Gene Ontology annotations provide insight into the biological functions of the transcription factors.
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