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Table 1 GO groups whose genes tend to be close to neighbouring genes (left) and GO groups that tend to be isolated from other genes (right).

From: Properties of untranslated regions of the S. cerevisiae genome

GO groups whose genes tend to be close to neighbouring genes GO groups that tend to be isolated from other genes
nuclear mRNA splicing, via spliceosome (p < 0.001) plasma membrane (p < 0.001)
retrotransposon nucleocapsid (p < 0.001) chitin- and beta-glucan-containing cell wall (p < 0.001)
RNA binding (p < 0.001) flocculation via cell wall protein-carbohydrate interaction (p < 0.001)
Protein binding (p < 0.001) glucose transmembrane transporter activity (p = 0.001)
transposition, RNA-mediated (p < 0.001) DNA helicase activity (p = 0.002)
telomere maintenance (p = 0.001) fructose transmembrane transporter activity (p = 0.002)
DNA-directed DNA polymerase activity (p < 0.001) mannose transmembrane transporter activity (p = 0.002)
RNA-directed DNA polymerase activity (p < 0.001) telomere maintenance via recombination (p = 0.003)
ribonuclease activity (p < 0.001) helicase activity (p = 0.003)
Spliceosome (p < 0.001) hexose transport (p = 0.003)
peptidase activity (p < 0.001) endonuclease activity(p = 0.004)
RNA splicing factor activity, transesterification mechanism (p < 0.001) ---
U4/U6 × U5 tri-snRNP complex (p < 0.001) ---
Group I intron splicing (p = 0.001) ---
tRNA methylation (p = 0.002) ---
peroxisomal membrane (p = 0.003) ---
DNA-dependent DNA replication (p = 0.004) ---
tRNA splicing (p = 0.004) ---
mRNA catabolic process (p = 0.004) ---
Cytokinesis (p = 0.005) ---
snRNP U1 (p = 0.005) ---
  1. Corresponding p-values appear in brackets. GO groups whose p-values are significant after FDR correction (Materials and methods) are in bold.
  2. See Additional file 1 for more results and p-values and the Materials and methods for details about how these p-values were computed.