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Table 1 Presence of the 15 fly promoter motifs in the three promoter classes

From: Complex organizational structure of the genome revealed by genome-wide analysis of single and alternative promoters in Drosophila melanogaster

  Occurrence percentagea p valueb
Motif UPs FAPs DAPs UPs vs. FAPs UPs vs. DAPs FAPs vs. DAPs
TATA/DMp1 5.77 1.13 0.95 9.73e-24 5.21e-36 ns
INR/DMp2 10.22 11.97 12.58 ns 3.36e-04 ns
INR1/DMp3 0.52 1.43 0.74 4.54e-05 ns ns
DPE/DMp4 0.69 0.92 1.02 ns ns ns
DPE1/DMp5 0.39 1.07 0.81 3.32e-04 ns ns
DMv1 1.56 2.46 0.70 ns 2.31e-04 6.23e-07
DMv2 0.85 0.87 0 ns 7.26e-10 2.17e-07
DMv3 3.17 3.48 1.65 ns 4.46e-06 6.86e-05
DMv4 3.39 5.58 1.23 7.10e-06 2.69e-11 5.58e-18
DMv5 1.41 0.97 0.88 ns ns ns
GAGA/NDM1 1.23 2.86 4.87 4.14e-07 2.68e-29 4.55e-04
NDM2 2.92 4.76 6.03 4.87e-05 3.87e-14 ns
NDM3 1.11 0.97 0 ns 8.40e-13 3.55e-08
DRE/NDM4 8.34 14.22 4.59 3.16e-15 1.04e-12 2.35e-31
E-box/NDM5 5.44 4.45 0 ns 2.73e-62 3.07e-35
Nonec 61.81 54.78 69.90 5.27e-09 4.73e-16 1.61e-26
  1. apercentage of the promoters in a class having the specific motif.
  2. bcalculated using Fisher's exact test. Holm's method was used for multiple hypothesis testing. ns, not significant.
  3. cpercentage of promoters without any known motifs.