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Rap1p WEB FIGURE K

Sir2p WEB FIGURE A

Sir3p WEB FIGURE B

Sir4p WEB FIGURE C

For each of the 16 chromosomes, the top row of blocks represent Watson strand ORFs, the bottom strand represents Crick strand ORFs, and the center row represents non-coding intergenic fragments (promoters and 3'UTRs). The scale in kilobase pairs is shown to the upper left of each chromosome, and fragment names are listed as landmarks along the top of each chromosome. Both ORF and intergenic blocks are colored red if they were selected based on the criteria described in Figure 1 of the paper. Arrows indicate loci that may be affected by protein binding. Annotations for telomeric targets are labeled in purple, RPG targets in blue, previously known non-RPG targets in green, and newly defined targets in orange. In cases where a single intergenic fragment acts as the promoter for two ORFs, both were considered targets, except in cases where one of the targets was an RPG or previously known target.


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