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In eukaryotes, gene expression is controlled by various transcription factors that bind to the promoter regions. Transcription factors may act positively, negatively or not at all. Different combinations of them may also activate or repress gene expression, and form regulatory networks of transcription. Uncovering such regulatory networks is a central challenge in genomic biology. In this study, we first defined a new kind of motifs in regulatory networks, transcriptional regulatory modulespmid:15706514 fatcat:vu6aodh3ajb3nngikmvyq44r3i