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Table 6 Are motifs in the early, middle and late genes

From: The dependence of expression of NF-κB-dependent genes: statistics and evolutionary conservation of control sequences in the promoter and in the 3′ UTR

Human ARE III ARE II ARE I Chimpanzee ARE III ARE II ARE I
TAPBP (L) 8 0 3 TAPBP (L) 7 0 3
TRAF1 (L) 1 0 1 TRAF1 (L) 2 0 1
TRAF3 (L) 2 0 3 TRAF3 (L) 1 0 1
PTGES (L) 1 0 1 PTGES (L) 1 0 1
ICAM1 (L) 1 0 2 ICAM1 (L) 0 0 0
IL27RA (L) 3 0 0 IL27RA (L) 0 0 0
NFKB2 (L) 1 0 1 NFKB2 (L) - - -
BID (M) 6 0 2 BID (M) 12 0 6
BIRC2 (M) 5 0 3 BIRC2 (M) 4 0 3
CFB (M) 1 0 0 CFB (M) 0 0 0
NFKBIE (M) 0 0 0 NFKBIE (M) 0 0 0
TRAF2 (M) 1 0 0 TRAF2 (M) - - -
SOD2 (M) 2 0 2 SOD2 (M) 1 0 0
GCH1 (M) 13 0 11 GCH1 (M) 6 0 6
NFKB1 (M) 7 0 3 NFKB1 (M) 7 0 3
SDC4 (M) 10 0 3 SDC4 (M) 9 0 3
SLC7A2 (M) 24 1 12 SLC7A2 (M) 0 0 1
TNFAIP3 (E) 14 1 5 TNFAIP3 (E) 13 1 5
PTGS2 (E) 27 5 22 PTGS2 (E) 25 5 22
IL6 (E) 8 3 6 IL6 (E) 8 3 6
IL8 (E) 16 2 9 IL8 (E) 15 1 9
TNF (E) 2 5 9 TNF (E) 0 0 0
CXCL1 (E) 6 1 5 CXCL1 (E) 6 1 6
CXCL2 (E) 5 4 10 CXCL2 (E) 5 4 11
CCL20 (E) 5 0 3 CCL20 (E) 5 0 3
Mouse ARE III ARE II ARE I Cattle ARE III ARE II ARE I
TAPBP (L) 3 0 0 TAPBP (L) 3 0 4
TRAF1 (L) 0 0 1 TRAF1 (L) 0 0 0
TRAF3 (L) 5 0 3 TRAF3 (L) 1 0 2
PTGES (L) 3 0 0 PTGES (L) 1 0 0
ICAM1 (L) 1 0 4 ICAM1 (L) 1 0 2
IL27RA (L) 2 0 0 IL27RA (L) 2 0 0
NFKB2 (L) 0 0 1 NFKB2 (L) 1 0 1
BID (M) 2 0 0 BID (M) 1 0 0
BIRC2 (M) 5 0 1 BIRC2 (M) - - -
CFB (M) 1 0 0 CFB (M) 1 0 0
NFKBIE (M) 1 0 0 NFKBIE (M) 2 0 0
TRAF2 (M) 0 0 1 TRAF2 (M) 1 0 0
SOD2 (M) - - - SOD2 (M) 5 1 2
GCH1 (M) 5 1 7 GCH1 (M) 5 1 4
NFKB1 (M) 9 0 4 NFKB1 (M) 6 0 2
SDC4 (M) 6 0 1 SDC4 (M) 8 0 4
SLC7A2 (M) 17 1 12 SLC7A2 (M) 0 0 0
TNFAIP3 (E) 6 1 5 TNFAIP3 (E) 0 0 0
PTGS2 (E) 16 4 12 PTGS2 (E) 9 4 11
IL6 (E) 7 1 5 IL6 (E) 9 2 6
IL8 (E) - - - IL8 (E) 13 4 11
TNF (E) 3 5 8 TNF (E) 4 5 10
CXCL1 (E) 7 0 5 CXCL1 (E) - - -
CXCL2 (E) 8 0 7 CXCL2 (E) - - -
CCL20 (E) 3 0 5 CCL20 (E) 0 0 0
  1. Counts of ARE class I, II and III in human, chimpanzee, cattle and mouse. Genes presented in tables are representatives of the Late (L), Middle (M) and Early (E) group. Columns 2–4 correspond to the type of ARE .Corresponding charts are presented in Additional file2: Figures S5, Additional file3: Figure S6, Additional file4: Figure S7. Complete results are presented in Additional file1: Table S4.