I. Information of IME
ICEberg ID177_IME
Name MGIVchUSA1 This IME is derived from experimental literature
OrganismVibrio cholerae RC385
Size (bp)22.0 kb
GC content [Genome] (%)
Insertion site3′ end of yicC
Species that IME can be transferred toEscherichia coli
Nucleotide SequenceZP_06943583.1 (partical IME sequence)
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 
1MGIVchUSA1 SXT(MO10) [ICE] experimentalin trans E. coli CAG18420 E. coli VB112 20807202

experimental This is an interactioin derived from experimental literature


The gene information of MGIVchUSA1 is not available.
ElementNo. of sequencesDownload
Nucleotide sequences0Fasta
(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