ICEberg
I. Information of IME
ICEberg ID178_IME
Name MGIVflInd1 This IME is derived from experimental literature
Family-
OrganismVibrio fluvialis H-08942
Size (bp)23.2 kb
GC content [Genome] (%)-
Insertion site3′ end of yicC
Function-
Species that IME can be transferred to-
Nucleotide SequenceKC117176 (complete IME sequence in this GenBank file)
Replicon-
Coordinates1..23229
Putative oriT region -
Putative relaxase -


II. IME interaction with ICE/CIME/Plasmids

The Interaction Network among ICE/IME/CIME/plasmid


Detailed Informatioin of the Interaction Network
# IME  Inter_Ele [Type] Methods Donors Recipients Exper_Ref 
1MGIVflInd1 ICEVflInd1 [ICE] experimentalin trans Vibrio fluvialis; E. coli CAG18439 Escherichia coli 20807202; 23204461
2MGIVflInd1 SXT(MO10) [ICE] experimentalin trans E. coli AD64 E. coli CAG18439 20807202

experimental This is an interactioin derived from experimental literature


The graph information of MGIVflInd1 components from KC117176
Complete gene list of MGIVflInd1 from KC117176
#GeneCoordinates [+/-], size (bp) Product *Reannotation 
1int340..1590 [+], 1251integrase family tyrosine site-specific recombinaseIntegrase 
2MGIVFLIND1_0021592..1930 [+], 339conserved hypothetical protein
3MGIVFLIND1_0032126..2428 [+], 303conserved hypothetical protein
4MGIVFLIND1_0042460..2831 [+], 372helix-turn-helix domain-containing protein
5MGIVFLIND1_0052857..5265 [+], 2409DEAD/DEAH box helicase
6MGIVFLIND1_0065723..6421 [+], 699conserved hypothetical protein
7MGIVFLIND1_0076672..9914 [-], 3243DEAD/DEAH box helicase
8MGIVFLIND1_0089911..10708 [-], 798conserved hypothetical protein
9hsdS10708..11850 [-], 1143type I restriction-modification enzyme, specificity subunit
10hsdM11847..13424 [-], 1578type I restriction-modification enzyme, methyltransferase subunit
11hsdR13445..15835 [-], 2391type I restriction-modification enzyme, restriction subunit
12MGIVFLIND1_01215837..16034 [-], 198VrlI-like protein
13MGIVFLIND1_01316284..18026 [-], 1743hypothetical protein
14rdfM18013..18255 [-], 243recombination directionality factor
15MGIVFLIND1_01518648..19961 [+], 1314putative AAA+ ATPase
16MGIVFLIND1_01620105..21223 [-], 1119hypothetical protein
17MGIVFLIND1_01721278..22627 [-], 1350HipA domain-containing protein
18MGIVFLIND1_01822617..22940 [-], 324helix-turn-helix domain transcriptional regulator
 
integrase Gene may contribute to site-specific recombination

ElementNo. of sequencesDownload
Nucleotide sequences1Fasta
Proteins18Fasta
(1) Guedon G; Libante V; Coluzzi C; Payot S; Leblond-Bourget N (2017). The Obscure World of Integrative and Mobilizable Elements, Highly Widespread Elements that Pirate Bacterial Conjugative Systems. Genes (Basel). 8(11). [PudMed:29165361]
(2) Bellanger X; Payot S; Leblond-Bourget N; Guedon G (2014). Conjugative and mobilizable genomic islands in bacteria: evolution and diversity. FEMS Microbiol Rev. 38(4):720-60. [PudMed:24372381]
(3) Daccord A; Ceccarelli D; Rodrigue S; Burrus V (2013). Comparative analysis of mobilizable genomic islands. J Bacteriol. 195(3):606-14. [PudMed:23204461] experimental in_silico
(4) Daccord A; Ceccarelli D; Burrus V (2010). Integrating conjugative elements of the SXT/R391 family trigger the excision and drive the mobilization of a new class of Vibrio genomic islands. Mol Microbiol. 78(3):576-88. [PudMed:20807202] experimental
 
experimental experimental literature
in_silico in silico analysis literature