ICEberg ID125
OrganismClostridium perfringens CW459
Size (bp)-
GC content [Genome] (%)-
Insertion sitegene encoding a GMP-synthase
FunctionTetracycline resistance
Species that ICE can be transferred to-
Nucleotide SequenceAF329848 (partical ICE sequence)
experimental This is a ICE derived from experimental literature.
Incomplete gene list of CW459tet(M) from AF329848
#GeneCoordinates [+/-], size (bp)Protein GI Product *
1orf151..566 [+], 56613274505  [UniProt] ORF15
2orf14563..1585 [+], 102313274506  [UniProt] ORF14VF
3orf131593..2531 [+], 93913274507  [UniProt] ORF13
4tet(M)2753..4672 [+], 192013274508  [UniProt] Tet(M)AR
5orf64770..4958 [+], 18913274509  [UniProt] ORF6
6orf95018..5371 [-], 35413274510  [UniProt] ORF9
7orf105603..5713 [+], 11113274511  [UniProt] ORF10
8orf75902..6324 [+], 42313274512  [UniProt] ORF7
9orf86321..6551 [+], 23113274513  [UniProt] ORF8
10int4597276..8469 [+], 119413274514  [UniProt] Int459
11gmp4598537..8691 [-], 15513274515  [UniProt] GMP459
integrase Gene may contribute to site-specific recombination
conjugation Gene may play role in conjugative transfer

ElementNo. of sequencesDownload
Nucleotide sequences1Fasta
(1) Roberts AP; Johanesen PA; Lyras D; Mullany P; Rood JI (2001). Comparison of Tn5397 from Clostridium difficile, Tn916 from Enterococcus faecalis and the CW459tet(M) element from Clostridium perfringens shows that they have similar conjugation regions but different insertion and excision modules. Microbiology. 147(Pt 5):1243-51. [PudMed:11320127] experimental
experimental experimental literature