Figure S1. Examples of defect classes for
analysis of patterning gene, mitotic, and cytoskeletal phenotypes.
Figure S2. Zygotic
knockdown of CLAMP depletes protein levels in early embryonic nuclei.
Figure S3. Zygotic knockdown of Bicoid depletes
protein levels in the anterior of bcdi embryos.
Figure S4. RNA-seq reveals more decreased
targets in early vs. late datasets.
Figure S5. Localization of CLAMP and Zld in
genomic regions containing the pair-rule genes eve and run and the gap
genes btd and gt.
Figure S6. Levels of CLAMP protein levels and
patterning gene proteins correlate in clampi embryos.
Figure S7. Transcription of the pair-rule gene
runt is disrupted in clampi1 or zldi embryos.
Figure S8. Zygotic clamp knockdown results in variable decrease in Buttonhead protein
Figure S9. CLAMP
and Zelda are required for proper expression of the gap gene gt.
Figure S10. Levels of Sxl protein are decreased
in female compromised for CLAMP activity.
Figure S11. CLAMP occupancy shifts during the
minor wave of ZGA.
S1. Decreased targets in both CLAMP knockdown collections at 0-1.5 hr and 1.5-3
S2. Comparison of decreased zygotic genes between previously published datasets
and our RNA-seq data from zygotic knockdown embryos.
S3. Maternal/zygotic classification of target genes decreased in 0-1.5 hr
S4. CLAMP binding genes near the TSS increases at NC11 and is maintained
throughout later nuclear cycles.
Table S5. Decreased
transcripts (by at least 2-fold) in 0-1.5 hr collections of clampi1,
zldi, and zld/clampi1 embryos.
Reagent Table details all reagents used in the manuscript.
Colonnetta et al. CLAMP_Genetics_Supplement contains full figure legends.