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Table 2 Fitting the unconstrained model on Drosophila Hi-C dataa

From: Distinct polymer physics principles govern chromatin dynamics in mouse and Drosophila topological domains

Chromosome Parameters Active D1 Black D2 PcG D3 Centromeric D4
  K *109 0.852 1.487 1.340 2.405
Chr2L S (kb) 4.150 4.918 4.849 5.296
  L (nm/kb) 10.81 10.56 10.6 10,32
  K *109 0.847 1.471 1.122 2.699
Chr2R S (kb) 4.147 4.925 4.552 5.292
  L (nm/kb) 10.76 10.57 10.71 9.99
  K *109 0.808 1.383 1.232 2.684
Chr3L S (kb) 4.090 4.881 4.873 5.382
  L (nm/kb) 10.80 10.55 10.62 10.06
  K *109 0.857 1.548 1.324  
Chr3R S (kb) 4.132 4.95 4.773  
  L (nm/kb) 10.80 10.59 10.64  
  K *109     1.303
Chr4 S (kb)     4.55
  L (nm/kb)     10.67
  1. Median values of 3 best-fit parameters obtained on the autosomal chromosomes in each type of TADs
  2. aHi-C samples were prepared from unsexed flies, and therefore the X chromosome was not analysed since, in males, this chromosome undergoes dosage compensation that largely affects its epigenetic features