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Organism: Enterococcus faecium
#IDICE nameICE familyReplicon
1771 in_silico ICEEfm1Tn916-
2857 experimental Tn5031Tn916-
3858 experimental Tn5032Tn916-
4859 experimental Tn5033Tn916-
5871 in_silico Tn950--
experimental Data derived from experimental literature
in_silico Putative ICEs predicted by bioinformatic methods
The genome map is not available as this strain has not been completely sequenced.
ElementNo. of sequencesDownloadAlignment
(1) Top J; Sinnige JC; Majoor EA; Bonten MJ; Willems RJ; van Schaik W (2011). The recombinase IntA is required for excision of esp-containing ICEEfm1 in Enterococcus faecium. J Bacteriol. 193(4):1003-6. [PudMed:21148730]
(2) van Schaik W; Top J; Riley DR; Boekhorst J; Vrijenhoek JE; Schapendonk CM; Hendrickx AP; Nijman IJ; Bonten MJ; Tettelin H; Willems RJ (2010). Pyrosequencing-based comparative genome analysis of the nosocomial pathogen Enterococcus faecium and identification of a large transferable pathogenicity island. BMC Genomics. 0.624305556. [PudMed:20398277]
(3) Takeuchi K; Tomita H; Fujimoto S; Kudo M; Kuwano H; Ike Y (2005). Drug resistance of Enterococcus faecium clinical isolates and the conjugative transfer of gentamicin and erythromycin resistance traits. FEMS Microbiol Lett. 243(2):347-54. [PudMed:15686834]
(4) Leavis H; Top J; Shankar N; Borgen K; Bonten M; van Embden J; Willems RJ (2004). A novel putative enterococcal pathogenicity island linked to the esp virulence gene of Enterococcus faecium and associated with epidemicity. J Bacteriol. 186(3):672-82. [PudMed:14729692]
(5) Fletcher HM; Marri L; Daneo-Moore L (1989). Transposon-916-like elements in clinical isolates of Enterococcus faecium. J Gen Microbiol. 135(11):3067-77. [PudMed:2559146] experimental
experimental experimental literature