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Table 3 Degrees of the source genes that are shared between the mutant network and the ChIP network (data for YPD medium only)

From: Current approaches to gene regulatory network modelling

   target genes  
source gene in the mutant network in the ChIP network shared between ChIP and mutant network intersection significant according to hypergeometric test
YAL051W YAF1 1 61 0 no
YOR028C CIN5 1 153 0 no
YHL009C YAP3 2 18 0 no
YKL043W PHD1 3 67 0 no
YLR014C PPR1 7 25 0 no
YBR083W TEC1 20 42 0 no
YMR275C BUL1 27 3 0 no
YPL049C DIG1 32 51 0 no
YLR113W HOG1 145 12 0 no
YOL067C RTG1 177 6 0 no
YER040W GLN3 52 16 1 no
YMR021C MAC1 52 42 2 no
YGR040W KSS1 253 18 2 no
YLR182W SWI6 42 158 3 no
YOR038C HIR2 25 16 2 yes
YMR042W ARG80 5 16 4 yes
YDL056W MBP1 6 134 4 yes
YMR019W STB4 9 33 5 yes
YML007W YAP1 37 72 8 yes
YDR146C SWI5 35 120 9 yes
YHR084W STE12 43 63 14 yes
YEL009C GCN4 51 75 19 yes
YER111C SWI4 547 161 29 yes
sum of edges 1572 (1157) 1362 (924) 102  
  1. 13 source genes have common target genes in both networks (bold). Last column shows if the intersection between the target sets is larger than expected randomly (hypergeometric test, p < 0.05, 4000 genes in total)