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ICE family: TnGBS1
We classified ICE that has significant sequence alignment and syntenic 'core' structure with TnGBS1 into the TnGBS1 family.

#IDICE nameStrainReplicon
1160 experimental TnGBS1Streptococcus agalactiae NEM316NC_004368
2161 in_silico pNEM316-1 (island VII)Streptococcus agalactiae NEM316NC_004368
3162 in_silico pNEM316-1 (island VIII)Streptococcus agalactiae NEM316NC_004368
4872 in_silico TnGBS1 a to cStreptococcus agalactiae NEM316-
5873 in_silico TnGBS1.2Streptococcus agalactiae ATCC 13813-
6874 in_silico TnGBS1.3Streptococcus agalactiae FSL S3-026-
7875 in_silico TnGBS1.4 a to bStreptococcus agalactiae FSL S3-026-
8885 in_silico TnLsal1.1Lactococcus salivarius ATCC11741-
9886 in_silico TnSang1.1Streptococcus anginosus C1051-
10888 in_silico TnScanis1.1Streptococcus canis FSL Z3-227-
11892 in_silico ICE_Sga43143_TnGBS1Streptococcus gallolyticus ATCC 43143-
12899 in_silico TnSinf1.1Streptococcus infantis SK970-
13900 in_silico TnSinf1.2Streptococcus infantis X-
14903 in_silico ICE_SintJTH08_TnGBS1Streptococcus intermedius JTH08-
15908 in_silico TnSpast1.1Streptococcus pasteurianus ATCC 43144-
16910 in_silico TnSpneum1.1Streptococcus pneumoniae GA17328-
17911 in_silico TnSsang1.1Streptococcus sanguinis SK1058-
18919 in_silico TnSsob1.1Streptococcus sobrinus TCI-54-
19920 in_silico TnSsob1.2Streptococcus sobrinus TCI-89-
20921 in_silico TnSsob1.3Streptococcus sobrinus TCI-118-
21922 in_silico TnSsob1.4Streptococcus sobrinus TCI-342-
22923 in_silico TnSsob1.5Streptococcus sobrinus TCI-384-
23924 in_silico TnSsob1.6Streptococcus sobrinus TCI-61-
24929 in_silico TnSsporal1.1Streptococcus sp. oral taxon 071 str. 73H25AP-
25931 in_silico TnSspX1.1Streptococcus sp. 2 1 36FAA-
26934 in_silico TnSuri1.1Streptococcus urinalis 2285-97-
experimental Data derived from experimental literature
in_silico Putative ICEs predicted by bioinformatic methods
(1) Ambroset C et al. (2015). New Insights into the Classification and Integration Specificity of Streptococcus Integrative Conjugative Elements through Extensive Genome Exploration. Front Microbiol. 1.279861111. [PudMed:26779141] in_silico
(2) Raftis EJ et al. (2014). Unusual genome complexity in Lactobacillus salivarius JCM1046. BMC Genomics. 1.160416667. [PudMed:25201645] in_silico
(3) Guerillot R et al. (2013). Modular evolution of TnGBSs, a new family of integrative and conjugative elements associating insertion sequence transposition, plasmid replication, and conjugation for their spreading. J Bacteriol. 195(9):1979-90. [PudMed:23435978] experimental in_silico
(4) Brochet M et al. (2009). Atypical association of DDE transposition with conjugation specifies a new family of mobile elements. Mol Microbiol. 71(4):948-59. [PudMed:19183283] experimental
(5) Glaser P et al. (2002). Genome sequence of Streptococcus agalactiae, a pathogen causing invasive neonatal disease. Mol Microbiol. 45(6):1499-513. [PudMed:12354221]
experimental experimental literature
in_silico in silico analysis literature