ICEberg
ICEberg ID43
NameR391
FamilySXT/R391
OrganismProvidencia rettgeri unknown strain(S)
Size (bp)88532
GC content [Genome] (%)46
Insertion siteprfC
FunctionKanamycin and mercury resistance
Species that ICE can be transferred toEscherichia coli; Bacteroides spp.
Nucleotide SequenceAY090559 (complete ICE sequence in this GenBank file)
Replicon-
Coordinates1..88532
Link to view genome context of this ICE in the genome browser
experimental This is a ICE derived from experimental literature.
Complete gene list of R391 form AY090559
#GeneCoordinates [+/-], size (bp)Protein GI Product *
1-119..442 [-], 32420095201  [UniProt] hypothetical protein
2-790..1110 [+], 32120095202  [UniProt] hypothetical proteinTA
3-1103..2317 [+], 121520095144  [UniProt] hypothetical proteinTA
4-2528..2728 [+], 20120095203  [UniProt] hypothetical protein
5-2745..3986 [-], 124220095222  [UniProt] Int
6-3988..4257 [-], 27020095204  [UniProt] hypothetical protein
7-4260..5234 [-], 97520095158  [UniProt] hypothetical protein
8-5339..5545 [-], 20720095205  [UniProt] hypothetical protein
9-5944..6114 [-], 17120095206  [UniProt] hypothetical protein
10-6153..7460 [-], 130820095157  [UniProt] RumB
11-7429..7878 [-], 45020095189  [UniProt] RumA
12-8406..8723 [-], 31820095207  [UniProt] hypothetical protein
13-8518..9426 [+], 90920095154  [UniProt] hypothetical protein
14-9500..9814 [+], 31520095208  [UniProt] hypothetical protein
15-9883..10809 [+], 92720095153  [UniProt] hypothetical protein
16-10919..11635 [-], 71720095166  [UniProt] transposase tnpIS15
17-11096..11935 [+], 84020095160  [UniProt] hypothetical protein
18-11952..12560 [-], 60920095176  [UniProt] hypothetical protein
19-12021..12737 [+], 71720095165  [UniProt] transposase tnpIS15
20-12877..13692 [+], 81620095162  [UniProt] aminoglycoside phospotransferase AphAR
21-13872..14588 [-], 71720095164  [UniProt] transposase tnpIS15
22-14049..14648 [+], 60020095178  [UniProt] hypothetical protein
23-14567..15199 [+], 63320095174  [UniProt] hypothetical protein
24-15196..15780 [+], 58520095180  [UniProt] hypothetical protein
25-15799..18642 [+], 284420095132  [UniProt] putative ATPase
26-18524..19477 [+], 95420095151  [UniProt] hypothetical protein
27-19634..20149 [+], 51620095185  [UniProt] hypothetical protein
28-20708..21385 [+], 67820095169  [UniProt] putative transposase tnp391AVF
29-21303..24554 [+], 325220095131  [UniProt] hypothetical protein
30-24554..27238 [+], 268520095133  [UniProt] hypothetical protein
31-27251..29491 [+], 224120095136  [UniProt] putative ATP-dependent Lon protease
32-29535..32186 [+], 265220095134  [UniProt] hypothetical protein
33-32341..34491 [+], 215120095137  [UniProt] TraI
34-34540..36360 [+], 182120095138  [UniProt] TraD
35-36370..36930 [+], 56120095181  [UniProt] hypothetical protein
36-36908..37552 [+], 64520095173  [UniProt] hypothetical protein
37-37579..38166 [-], 58820095179  [UniProt] hypothetical protein
38-38180..38419 [-], 24020095209  [UniProt] hypothetical protein
39-38455..38736 [+], 28220095210  [UniProt] TraL
40-38967..39359 [+], 39320095194  [UniProt] TraE
41-39340..40242 [+], 90320095155  [UniProt] TraK
42-40242..41531 [+], 129020095143  [UniProt] TraB
43-41528..42178 [+], 65120095171  [UniProt] HtdD
44-42175..42561 [+], 38720095196  [UniProt] TraA
45-42602..42922 [-], 32120095211  [UniProt] unknown
46-43099..43365 [-], 26720095212  [UniProt] unknown
47-43543..43920 [-], 37820095197  [UniProt] hypothetical protein
48-44406..45323 [+], 91820095213  [UniProt] putative transposase tnpR391B
49-45687..46010 [-], 32420095200  [UniProt] hypothetical protein
50-45742..47268 [+], 152720095141  [UniProt] putative sulfate permease
51-46452..46700 [-], 24920095214  [UniProt] hypothetical protein
52-47280..48131 [+], 85220095159  [UniProt] hypothetical protein
53-48155..48604 [-], 45020095190  [UniProt] hypothetical protein
54-48635..49144 [-], 51020095186  [UniProt] hypothetical protein
55-49249..49425 [-], 17720095221  [UniProt] hypothetical protein
56-49588..50280 [+], 69320095168  [UniProt] DsbC
57-50280..52679 [+], 240020095135  [UniProt] TraC
58-53024..53515 [+], 49220095188  [UniProt] TrhF
59-53523..54650 [+], 112820095145  [UniProt] TraW
60-54634..55662 [+], 102920095148  [UniProt] TraU
61-55665..59357 [+], 369320095129  [UniProt] TraN
62-59951..60613 [+], 66320095170  [UniProt] hypothetical protein
63-60704..61306 [-], 60320095177  [UniProt] hypothetical protein
64-61662..62000 [+], 33920095198  [UniProt] hypothetical protein
65-62016..62435 [+], 42020095192  [UniProt] hypothetical proteinVF
66-62515..63333 [+], 81920095161  [UniProt] hypothetical protein
67-63621..64637 [+], 101720095149  [UniProt] hypothetical protein
68-64730..65806 [+], 107720095146  [UniProt] hypothetical protein
69-65806..66573 [+], 76820095163  [UniProt] hypothetical protein
70-66672..67625 [+], 95420095150  [UniProt] hypothetical protein
71-67687..68127 [+], 44120095215  [UniProt] unknown
72-68197..69852 [+], 165620095140  [UniProt] hypothetical protein
73-69938..70435 [+], 49820095187  [UniProt] hypothetical proteinVF
74-70435..70776 [+], 34220095217  [UniProt] hypothetical protein
75-70439..70750 [+], 31220095216  [UniProt] hypothetical protein
76-70867..71940 [+], 107420095147  [UniProt] hypothetical protein
77-72030..72737 [+], 70820095167  [UniProt] hypothetical protein
78-73088..73630 [+], 54320095183  [UniProt] hypothetical protein
79-74368..75312 [+], 94520095152  [UniProt] TraF
80-75315..76703 [+], 138920095142  [UniProt] TraH
81-76707..80276 [+], 357020095130  [UniProt] TraG
82-80374..80763 [+], 39020095195  [UniProt] MerR
83-80848..81171 [+], 32420095199  [UniProt] MerT
84-81256..81531 [+], 27620095218  [UniProt] MerP
85-81541..81954 [+], 41420095193  [UniProt] MerC
86-81992..83665 [+], 167420095139  [UniProt] MerA
87-83771..84202 [-], 43220095191  [UniProt] hypothetical protein
88-84257..84790 [-], 53420095184  [UniProt] hypothetical protein
89-84787..85086 [-], 30020095219  [UniProt] hypothetical protein
90-85083..85631 [-], 54920095182  [UniProt] hypothetical protein
91-85618..86226 [-], 60920095175  [UniProt] hypothetical protein
92-86267..87136 [-], 87020095156  [UniProt] hypothetical protein
93-87286..87495 [+], 21020095220  [UniProt] hypothetical protein
94-87561..88208 [+], 64820095172  [UniProt] putative transcriptional regulator
 
integrase Gene may contribute to site-specific recombination
conjugation Gene may play role in conjugative transfer

ElementNo. of sequencesDownload
Nucleotide sequences1Fasta
Proteins94Fasta
(1) Wozniak RA; Fouts DE; Spagnoletti M; Colombo MM; Ceccarelli D; Garriss G; Dery C; Burrus V; Waldor MK (2009). Comparative ICE genomics: insights into the evolution of the SXT/R391 family of ICEs. PLoS Genet. 5(12):e1000786. [PudMed:20041216] in_silico
(2) Garriss G; Waldor MK; Burrus V (2009). Mobile antibiotic resistance encoding elements promote their own diversity. PLoS Genet. 5(12):e1000775. [PudMed:20019796] experimental
(3) Bordeleau E; Brouillette E; Robichaud N; Burrus V (2010). Beyond antibiotic resistance: integrating conjugative elements of the SXT/R391 family that encode novel diguanylate cyclases participate to c-di-GMP signalling in Vibrio cholerae. Environ Microbiol. 12(2):510-23. [PudMed:19888998] experimental
(4) Ceccarelli D; Daccord A; Rene M; Burrus V (2008). Identification of the origin of transfer (oriT) and a new gene required for mobilization of the SXT/R391 family of integrating conjugative elements. J Bacteriol. 190(15):5328-38. [PudMed:18539733] experimental
(5) Taviani E; Ceccarelli D; Lazaro N; Bani S; Cappuccinelli P; Colwell RR; Colombo MM (2008). Environmental Vibrio spp., isolated in Mozambique, contain a polymorphic group of integrative conjugative elements and class 1 integrons. FEMS Microbiol Ecol. 64(1):45-54. [PudMed:18318712] experimental
(6) Marrero J; Waldor MK (2007). Determinants of entry exclusion within Eex and TraG are cytoplasmic. J Bacteriol. 189(17):6469-73. [PudMed:17573467] experimental
(7) O'Halloran JA; McGrath BM; Pembroke JT (2007). The orf4 gene of the enterobacterial ICE, R391, encodes a novel UV-inducible recombination directionality factor, Jef, involved in excision and transfer of the ICE. FEMS Microbiol Lett. 272(1):99-105. [PudMed:17504243] experimental
(8) 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
(9) Mead S; Vaisman A; Valjavec-Gratian M; Karata K; Vandewiele D; Woodgate R (2007). Characterization of polVR391: a Y-family polymerase encoded by rumA'B from the IncJ conjugative transposon, R391. Mol Microbiol. 63(3):797-810. [PudMed:17302804] experimental
(10) Marrero J; Waldor MK (2005). Interactions between inner membrane proteins in donor and recipient cells limit conjugal DNA transfer. Dev Cell. 8(6):963-70. [PudMed:15935784] experimental
(11) 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
(12) 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
(13) Sabater-Munoz B; van Ham RC; Moya A; Silva FJ; Latorre A (2004). Evolution of the leucine gene cluster in Buchnera aphidicola: insights from chromosomal versions of the cluster. J Bacteriol. 186(9):2646-54. [PudMed:15090505] experimental
(14) 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
(15) Boltner D; MacMahon C; Pembroke JT; Strike P; Osborn AM (2002). R391: a conjugative integrating mosaic comprised of phage, plasmid, and transposon elements. J Bacteriol. 184(18):5158-69. [PudMed:12193633] experimental
(16) Hochhut B; Beaber JW; Woodgate R; Waldor MK (2001). Formation of chromosomal tandem arrays of the SXT element and R391, two conjugative chromosomally integrating elements that share an attachment site. J Bacteriol. 183(4):1124-32. [PudMed:11157923] experimental
(17) Murphy DB; Pembroke JT (1999). Monitoring of chromosomal insertions of the IncJ elements R391 and R997 in Escherichia coli K-12. FEMS Microbiol Lett. 174(2):355-61. [PudMed:10339829] experimental
(18) Murphy DB; Pembroke JT (1995). Transfer of the IncJ plasmid R391 to recombination deficient Escherichia coli K12: evidence that R391 behaves as a conjugal transposon. FEMS Microbiol Lett. 134(2-3):153-8. [PudMed:8586262] experimental
(19) 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
 
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