ICEberg
ICEberg ID238
NameAICESco3937
FamilyUnclassified
OrganismStreptomyces coelicolor A3(2)
Size (bp)9207
GC content [Genome] (%)68 [72]
Insertion sitethiC (SCO3928)
Function-
Species that ICE can be transferred to-
Nucleotide SequenceAL645882 (complete ICE sequence in this genome)
Replicon chromosome (8667507 bp, Project:242) [NC_003888]
Genome coordinates4324441..4333647
Link to view genome context of this ICE in the genome browser
in_silico This is a predicted ICE derivied from literature.
Complete gene list of AICESco3937 form AL645882
#GeneCoordinates [+/-], size (bp)Protein GI Product *
1SCO39264319501..4319911 [+], 4115457276 putative regulator
2SCO39274319961..4321502 [-], 15425457277 putative membrane protein
3SCO39284321756..4323594 [+], 18395457278 putative thiamine biosynthesis protein
4SCO39294324441..4325793 [-], 13535457279  [UniProt]  [KEGG]hypothetical protein
5SCO39304325990..4326556 [+], 5675457280  [UniProt]  [KEGG]hypothetical protein
6SCO39314326866..4327165 [+], 3005457281  [UniProt]  [KEGG]hypothetical protein
7SCO39324327576..4328355 [-], 7805457282  [UniProt]  [KEGG]putative gntR-family transcriptional regulator
8SCO39334328521..4328871 [+], 3515457283  [UniProt]  [KEGG]putative regulatory protein
9SCO39344328871..4330172 [+], 130224413865  [UniProt]  [KEGG]ftsK/spoIIIE family protein
10SCO39354330169..4330366 [+], 1983928711  [UniProt]  [KEGG]hypothetical protein SCD78.02
11SCO39364330663..4332021 [+], 13593928712  [UniProt]  [KEGG]putative plasmid replication initiator protein
12SCO39374332160..4333647 [-], 14883928713  [UniProt]  [KEGG]putative integrase /recombinase
13SCO39384333799..4333930 [+], 1323928714 putative thiamin biosynthesis protein ThiC
14SCO39394334010..4335458 [+], 14493928715 conserved hypothetical protein SCD78.06
15SCO39404335483..4336355 [-], 8733928716 putative transmembrane protein
16SCO39414336537..4337643 [-], 11073928717 putative serine/threonineprotein kinase
17SCO39424337841..4338065 [+], 2253928718 hypothetical protein SCD78.09
 
flank Flanking regions
integrase Gene may contribute to site-specific recombination
conjugation Gene may play role in conjugative transfer

ElementNo. of sequencesDownload
Nucleotide sequences1Fasta
Proteins9Fasta
(1) te Poele EM; Bolhuis H; Dijkhuizen L (2008). Actinomycete integrative and conjugative elements. Antonie Van Leeuwenhoek. 94(1):127-43. [PudMed:18523858]