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Organism: Bacteroides fragilis
#IDICE nameICE familyReplicon
12 experimental CTn341CTnDOT/ERL-
24 experimental CTnERLCTnDOT/ERL-
experimental Data derived from experimental literature
The genome map is not available as this strain has not been completely sequenced.
ElementNo. of sequencesDownloadAlignment
(1) Peed L; Parker AC; Smith CJ (2010). Genetic and functional analyses of the mob operon on conjugative transposon CTn341 from Bacteroides spp. J Bacteriol. 192(18):4643-50. [PudMed:20639338] experimental
(2) Whittle G; Hamburger N; Shoemaker NB; Salyers AA (2006). A bacteroides conjugative transposon, CTnERL, can transfer a portion of itself by conjugation without excising from the chromosome. J Bacteriol. 188(3):1169-74. [PudMed:16428422] experimental
(3) Bacic M; Parker AC; Stagg J; Whitley HP; Wells WG; Jacob LA; Smith CJ (2005). Genetic and structural analysis of the Bacteroides conjugative transposon CTn341. J Bacteriol. 187(8):2858-69. [PudMed:15805532] experimental
(4) Bonheyo GT; Hund BD; Shoemaker NB; Salyers AA (2001). Transfer region of a Bacteroides conjugative transposon contains regulatory as well as structural genes. Plasmid. 46(3):202-9. [PudMed:11735369] experimental
(5) Smith CJ; Parker AC; Bacic M (2001). Analysis of a Bacteroides conjugative transposon using a novel "targeted capture" model system. Plasmid. 46(1):47-56. [PudMed:11535035] experimental
(6) Valentine PJ; Shoemaker NB; Salyers AA (1988). Mobilization of Bacteroides plasmids by Bacteroides conjugal elements. J Bacteriol. 170(3):1319-24. [PudMed:3343220] experimental
(7) Bedzyk LA; Shoemaker NB; Young KE; Salyers AA (1992). Insertion and excision of Bacteroides conjugative chromosomal elements. J Bacteriol. 174(1):166-72. [PudMed:1309516] experimental
experimental experimental literature