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S. Figure, Model equations (with standard error and P value) and temporal changes of GFP/myc ratios are shown in the left panel. JBrowse snapshots are shown on the right. The c-ChIP data are representative of two independent biological replicate experiments, Turnover rate estimation from competition ChIP data. (A)