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Table 2 Top five motifs in 5' intergenic regions of T. parva and T. annulata

From: Properties of non-coding DNA and identification of putative cis-regulatory elements in Theileria parva

  Consensus Width Bits E-value Sites
T. parva Motif 1 HDWTYCCCCATVVR 14 16.0 5.7e-472 639
2 WAATGTGTARR 11 13.6 5.2e-414 1199
3 BDRGATTCCAY 11 16.0 8.5e-108 298
4 CCBCBRSARGGAGCY 15 24.2 3.7e-048 39
5 GCTCCCKCYWGGSG 14 26.2 1.2e-019 19
T. annulata Motif 1 WTTCCCCATNND 12 15.5 4.1e-388 615
2 WAATGTGTAAW 11 13.3 1.1e-348 1173
3 TGTTTGTTCTGATGG 15 27.2 7.1e-140 56
4 BDRGATTCCAY 11 15.8 8.8e-103 302
5 GTAATATTTCTGTAA 15 23.7 5.0e-096 62
  1. Motifs are identified by MEME and their consensus sequences are shown here using IUPAC (International union of pure and applied chemistry) nucleic acid codes. Information content in bits is calculated based on the first-order Markov background model. The E-value estimates the number of motifs with the same width and number of occurrence that would have equal or higher likelihood in the same number of random sequences generated by the background model. Sites refer to the number of sequences that MEME used to build each motif model.