James C. Clements: Week 13

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James C. Clements

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James C. Clements: Week 4 James C. Clements: Week 8 James C. Clements: Week 12

Response to questions in BIOL398-01/S11:Week 13

  1. Which genes activate?
    • CIN5
    • CUP9
    • FHL1
    • HSF1
    • MSN4
    • RAP1
    • RCS1
    • REB1
    • ROX1
    • YAP1
    • YAP6
    • GLN3
    • STE12
    • SOK2
    • GCN4
    • PHD1
  2. Which genes repress?
    • FHL1
    • MSN4
    • NRG1
    • RAP1
    • ROX1
    • YAP1
    • STE12
    • INO4
    • SOK2
  3. Are any particularly strong or weak?
    • STE 12 is particularly strong from the amount of genes that it affects. FHL1 has the strongest activation affect on HSF1 than any gene has on any other gene in this data set. YAP1 was found to be a particularly strong repressor. Several genes such as: GTS1, MSN1, and RPH1 were found to be particularly weak since they did not control any other genes.
  4. Examine the threshold values. How do you interpret these results?
    • A number greater than one means that the gene for that column activates the gene for the given row. a number less than one means that the gene for that column represses the gene for a given row. A zero means that the gene for the column has no effect on the gene for the row.

Powerpoint of images that were generated by MatLab: Image:CLEMENTS Homework13images.pptx

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