I. Information of IME
ICEberg ID246_IME
Name Tn6104 This is a predicted IME derived from literature
OrganismClostridium difficile R20291
Size (bp)15.6 kb
GC content [Genome] (%)
Insertion siteInternal site of traG (VirD4 CP) from Tn5252 related ICEs
Species that IME can be transferred to-
Nucleotide SequenceFN545816 (complete IME sequence in this genome)
Genome coordinates2043677..2059102
Putative oriT region -
Putative relaxase -

II. IME interaction with ICE/CIME/Plasmids

The interaction information of Tn6104 is not available.

The graph information of Tn6104 components from FN545816
Complete gene list of Tn6104 from FN545816
#GeneCoordinates [+/-], size (bp) Product *Reannotation 
1CDR20291_17412040727..2041008 [+], 282putative membrane protein precursor
2CDR20291_17422041094..2042116 [+], 1023putative conjugative transposon protein
3CDR20291_17432042600..2059823 [+], 17224putative conjugal transfer protein pseudogene
4CDR20291_17442043677..2045557 [+], 1881site-specific recombinase, resolvase family, putativeIntegrase 
5CDR20291_17452045584..2045937 [+], 354putative uncharacterized protein
6CDR20291_17462045945..2046253 [+], 309putative uncharacterized protein
7CDR20291_17472046281..2046649 [-], 369putative conjugative transposon regulatory protein
8CDR20291_17482046924..2047667 [+], 744two-component response regulator
9CDR20291_17492047673..2048590 [+], 918sensor protein
10CDR20291_17502048689..2049651 [+], 963putative lantibiotic abc transporter,atp-binding protein
11CDR20291_17512049644..2050429 [+], 786putative lantibiotic abc transporter, permease protein
12CDR20291_17522050432..2051211 [+], 780putative lantibiotic abc transporter, permease protein
13CDR20291_17532051219..2051680 [+], 462putative uncharacterized protein
14CDR20291_17542052125..2052538 [+], 414rna polymerase, sigma-24 subunit, ecf subfamily (ecf subfamily rna polymerase sigma-70 factor)
15CDR20291_17552052640..2053092 [+], 453sigma-24 (feci)
16CDR20291_17562053067..2053564 [+], 498rna polymerase, sigma-24 subunit, ecf subfamily
17CDR20291_17572053584..2053883 [+], 300putative uncharacterized protein
18CDR20291_17592055623..2055913 [-], 291addiction module toxin, rele/stbe family
19CDR20291_17602055910..2056278 [-], 369addiction module antitoxin, relb/dinj family
20CDR20291_17612056315..2056713 [+], 399putative uncharacterized protein
21CDR20291_17622056827..2057561 [+], 735phage protein
22CDR20291_17632057726..2058421 [+], 696replicative dna helicase
23CDR20291_17642058698..2059102 [+], 405putative uncharacterized protein
24CDR20291_17432042600..2059823 [+], 17224putative conjugal transfer protein pseudogene
25CDR20291_17652059876..2060253 [+], 378putative uncharacterized protein
26yobD2060670..2061518 [-], 849transcription regulator (yobd protein)
27CDR20291_17672061695..2062177 [+], 483putative uncharacterized protein
flank Flanking regions
integrase Gene may contribute to site-specific recombination

ElementNo. of sequencesDownload
Nucleotide sequences1Fasta
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