ICEberg
I. Information of IME
ICEberg ID239_IME
Name Tn4399 This IME is derived from experimental literature
Family-
OrganismBacteroides fragilis TM4.2321
Size (bp)9.6 kb
GC content [Genome] (%)-
Insertion siteNumerous sites
Function-
Species that IME can be transferred to-
Nucleotide SequenceL20975.1 (partical IME sequence)
Putative oriT region coordinates: 991..1189;   oriTDB id:  200009
GATTCGGCATCTAAGCCGTAAATCACATCTTTTTTAGGATAGCAAGTTAATGTCGGCGTATTACATTCCC
CGACCACTTGCCCCTCAAAAAGATGAGGGGAACGGCTCCCGATGGTCACGGACTTTTCAGATTACATCAA
TCGGATTATTCACTAAAAAACAGATAGAACAGATGAAGAAAAACAACATAATCACCTTA
Putative relaxase coordinates: 1461..2417; Locus tag: -;  Family:  MOBP


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 
1Tn4399 CTnDOT [ICE] experimentalin trans Bacteroides Bacteroides 8397185
2Tn4399 pRK231 [IncP plasmid] experimentalin trans Escherichia coli Escherichia coli 8397185
3Tn4399 RP4 [IncP plasmid] experimentalin trans Escherichia coli Escherichia coli 8397185
4Tn4399 R751 [IncP plasmid] experimentalin trans Escherichia coli Escherichia coli 8397185
5Tn4399 pGAT400ΔBglII [nonconjugal plasmid] experimentalin cis Bacteroides fragilis Escherichia coli; Bacteroides fragilis 2544548

experimental This is an interactioin derived from experimental literature


The graph information of Tn4399 components from L20975
Incomplete gene list of Tn4399 from L20975
#GeneCoordinates [+/-], size (bp) Product *Reannotation 
1mocB1040..1471 [+], 432MocB
2mocA1461..2417 [+], 957MocARelaxase 
 
conjugation Gene may play role in conjugative transfer

ElementNo. of sequencesDownload
Nucleotide sequences1Fasta
Proteins2Fasta
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