Supplemental Material for Brenes et al., 2020
datasetposted on 02.06.2020 by Lucas Brenes, Matthew Lohse, Nairi Hartooni, Alexander Johnson
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File S1 contains lists of strains, plasmids, and oligonucleotides used in this study. File S2 contains white-to-opaque and opaque-to-white switching frequencies for the 172 strains tested in this study. File S3 contains Supplemental Materials and Methods and Results relating to comparisons between white-to-opaque and opaque-to-white switching frequencies, GO terms, and genes whose transcripts are differentially regulated between cell types. File S4 contains data related to statistical testing for overrepresentation of genes affecting white-to-opaque or opaque-to-white switching in 42 GO-SLIM sets, She3 associated transcripts, two- or four-fold cell type enrichment, and genes with five-fold switching effects in the opposite direction.