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Organism: Streptomyces scabiei 87.22
#IDICE nameICE familyReplicon
1470 in_silico AICEScab53631 {AICE}-
2471 in_silico AICEScab56241 {AICE}-
3540 in_silico PAISs1 {AICE}--
4562 in_silico Scab29251 {AICE}--
5563 in_silico Scab53471 {AICE}--
6627 in_silico TR2-
in_silico Putative ICEs predicted by bioinformatic methods

ElementNo. of sequencesDownloadAlignment
ICEs3Fasta Nucleotide sequence comparison by webACT
(1) Zhang Y; Loria R (2017). Emergence of Novel Pathogenic Streptomyces Species by Site-Specific Accretion and cis-Mobilization of Pathogenicity Islands. Mol Plant Microbe Interact. 30(1):72-82. [PudMed:27977935] experimental in_silico
(2) Chapleau M; Guertin JF; Farrokhi A; Lerat S; Burrus V; Beaulieu C (2016). Identification of genetic and environmental factors stimulating excision from Streptomyces scabiei chromosome of the toxicogenic region responsible for pathogenicity. Mol Plant Pathol. 17(4):501-9. [PudMed:26177341] experimental in_silico
(3) Huguet-Tapia JC; Bignell DR; Loria R (2014). Characterization of the integration and modular excision of the integrative conjugative element PAISt in Streptomyces turgidiscabies Car8. PLoS One. 9(6):e99345. [PudMed:24927117] experimental in_silico
(4) Ghinet MG; Bordeleau E; Beaudin J; Brzezinski R; Roy S; Burrus V (2011). Uncovering the prevalence and diversity of integrating conjugative elements in actinobacteria. PLoS One. 6(11):e27846. [PudMed:22114709] in_silico
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