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Organism: Mycoplasma agalactiae 5632
#IDICE nameICE familyReplicon
169 experimental ICEA(5632)-IICEA5632
2225 experimental ICEA(5632)-IIICEA5632
3226 experimental ICEA(5632)-IIIICEA5632
4766 in_silico ICEA-IV(5632)-
experimental Data derived from experimental literature
in_silico Putative ICEs predicted by bioinformatic methods

ElementNo. of sequencesDownloadAlignment
ICEs4Fasta Nucleotide sequence comparison by webACT
(1) Guerillot R; Siguier P; Gourbeyre E; Chandler M; Glaser P (2014). The diversity of prokaryotic DDE transposases of the mutator superfamily, insertion specificity, and association with conjugation machineries. Genome Biol Evol. 6(2):260-72. [PudMed:24418649] in_silico
(2) Dordet Frisoni E; Marenda MS; Sagne E; Nouvel LX; Guerillot R; Glaser P; Blanchard A; Tardy F; Sirand-Pugnet P; Baranowski E; Citti C (2013). ICEA of Mycoplasma agalactiae: a new family of self-transmissible integrative elements that confers conjugative properties to the recipient strain. Mol Microbiol. 89(6):1226-39. [PudMed:23888872]
(3) Nouvel LX; Sirand-Pugnet P; Marenda MS; Sagne E; Barbe V; Mangenot S; Schenowitz C; Jacob D; Barre A; Claverol S; Blanchard A; Citti C (2010). Comparative genomic and proteomic analyses of two Mycoplasma agalactiae strains: clues to the macro- and micro-events that are shaping mycoplasma diversity. BMC Genomics. 0.518055556. [PudMed:20122262]
(4) Marenda M; Barbe V; Gourgues G; Mangenot S; Sagne E; Citti C (2006). A new integrative conjugative element occurs in Mycoplasma agalactiae as chromosomal and free circular forms. J Bacteriol. 188(11):4137-41. [PudMed:16707706] experimental
experimental experimental literature
in_silico in silico analysis literature