Figure 2.

Triad significance profiles (TSPs) of bio-information processing networks. Panel A: E.coli (2004). TRN of E.coli as firstly published in [32,34] (N = 423 operons, L = 519 regulations plus SL = 59 self-regulations). Yeast (2004) TRN of budding yeast [6] (N = 688 genes, L = 1079 regulations [32,35]). Panel B: C.elegans neural network [33] (N = 279 neurons, L = 2990 synapses). M.tuberculosis TRN [12] (N = 1624 genes, [36]L = 3169 regulations plus SL = 43 self-regulations). Panel C: E.coli (2011). Updated TRN of E.coli based on RegulonDB, release 7.2, dated on May, 2011 (N = 1037 operons, L = 2574 regulations plus SL = 113 self-regulations). B.subtilis (2011), updated TRN of B.subtilis, based on DBTBS database [9], (accessed in October, 2011) (N = 814 operons, L = 1294 regulations plus SL = 80 self-regulations).

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