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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of autoregulate.

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  • Gonzalo-Asensio J, Soto CY, Arbues A, Sancho J, Menendez MD, et al. (2008) Mycobacterium tuberculosis phoPR operon is positively autoregulated in the virulent strain H37Rv.

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  • Ψ In those cases with adjacent regulation, we showed number of promoters corresponding to the autoregulated and the adjacent operon, respectively.

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  • We showed explicitely the distribution of autoregulated (curved arrow) and non-autoregulated TF (crossed-curved arrow).

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  • We also distinguished between autoregulated (curved arrow) and non-autoregulated (crossed-curved arrow) TFs, and those belonging to first (1st-L) and lower-layers (low-L).

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  • Curved arrow, operons encoding an autoregulated TF

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  • When to present a hierarchical FFL or an autoregulated polycistron regulatory architecture could be related to the specific mechanisms of network evolution (see Resuming the analysis of the tendency of TFs to establish FFLs, beyond hierarchical FFLs (

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  • B) was showed to exhibit the very same response speed-up to that observed in a negatively autoregulated polycistron

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  • Y, Z) in γ-proteobacteria was larger than expected by chance, and that the difference in this co-conservation for adjacent and nonadjacent Moreover, we propose in this context the similarity between hierarchical FFLs and autoregulated polycistrons.

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  • However, within this same set, hubs are mostly autoregulated (7 out of 8 hubs are ATF, e.g.,

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