I. Information of CIME
ICEberg ID231_CIME
NameCIMEL3catR3 This CIME is derived from experimental literature
OrganismStreptococcus thermophilus LMG18311
Size (bp)
GC content [Genome] (%)
Insertion sitefda
Species that CIME can be transferred toStreptococcus thermophilus CNRZ385
Nucleotide Sequence-

II. CIME interaction with ICE/IME

The Interaction Network among ICE/IME/CIME

Detailed Informatioin of the Interaction Network
# CIME Inter_Ele [Type] Methods Donors Recipients Exper_Ref 
1CIMEL3catR3 ICESt3 [ICE] experimentalin cis Streptococcus thermophilus Streptococcus thermophilus 21722203

experimental This is an interactioin derived from experimental literature


The gene information of is not available.
ElementNo. of sequencesDownload
Nucleotide sequences0Fasta
(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) Bellanger X; Morel C; Gonot F; Puymege A; Decaris B; Guedon G (2011). Site-specific accretion of an integrative conjugative element together with a related genomic island leads to cis mobilization and gene capture. Mol Microbiol. 81(4):912-25. [PudMed:21722203] experimental
experimental experimental literature
in_silico in silico analysis literature