ICEberg
ICEberg ID42
NamepMERPH
FamilySXT/R391
OrganismShewanella putrefaciens unknown strain(s)
Size (bp)-
GC content [Genome] (%)-
Insertion siteprfC
FunctionResistance to mercury
Species that ICE can be transferred to-
Nucleotide SequenceEF434291; AY157600; AJ507319; AJ634267; AJ579923; AJ579925; AJ579924; AJ579929 (partical ICE sequence)
experimental This is a ICE derived from experimental literature.
 

The gene information of pMERPH is not available.
ElementNo. of sequencesDownload
Nucleotide sequencesFasta
ProteinsFasta
(1) Marrero J; Waldor MK (2007). The SXT/R391 family of integrative conjugative elements is composed of two exclusion groups. J Bacteriol. 189(8):3302-5. [PudMed:17307849] experimental
(2) McGrath BM; O'Halloran JA; Pembroke JT (2005). Pre-exposure to UV irradiation increases the transfer frequency of the IncJ conjugative transposon-like elements R391, R392, R705, R706, R997 and pMERPH and is recA+ dependent. FEMS Microbiol Lett. 243(2):461-5. [PudMed:15686850] experimental
(3) McGrath BM; Pembroke JT (2004). Detailed analysis of the insertion site of the mobile elements R997, pMERPH, R392, R705 and R391 in E. coli K12. FEMS Microbiol Lett. 237(1):19-26. [PudMed:15268933] experimental
(4) Boltner D; Osborn AM (2004). Structural comparison of the integrative and conjugative elements R391, pMERPH, R997, and SXT. Plasmid. 51(1):12-23. [PudMed:14711525] experimental
(5) Peters SE; Hobman JL; Strike P; Ritchie DA (1991). Novel mercury resistance determinants carried by IncJ plasmids pMERPH and R391. Mol Gen Genet. 228(1-2):294-9. [PudMed:1886614] experimental
 
experimental experimental literature