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ICEberg contains data from 694 references related to integrative and conjugative elements (ICEs), integrative and mobilizable elements (IMEs), cis-mobilizable element (CIMEs). Last Update: May 02, 2018

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Information on integrative and conjugative elements (ICEs), integrative and mobilizable elements (IMEs), cis-mobilizable element (CIMEs) were extracted from diverse data sources by literature mining.
References
(1) Guedon G et al (2017). The Obscure World of Integrative and Mobilizable Elements, Highly Widespread Elements that Pirate Bacterial Conjugative Systems. Genes (Basel). 8(11). [PudMed:29165361]
(2) Burrus V (2017). Mechanisms of stabilization of integrative and conjugative elements. Curr Opin Microbiol. 38:44-50. [PudMed:28482230]
(3) Delavat F et al (2017). The hidden life of integrative and conjugative elements. FEMS Microbiol Rev. 41(4):512-537. [PudMed:28369623]
(4) Johnson CM et al (2015). Integrative and Conjugative Elements (ICEs): What They Do and How They Work. Annu Rev Genet. 49:577-601. [PudMed:26473380]
(5) Carraro N et al (2014). Biology of Three ICE Families: SXT/R391, ICEBs1, and ICESt1/ICESt3. Microbiol Spectr. 2(6). [PudMed:26104437]
(6) Bellanger X et al (2014). Conjugative and mobilizable genomic islands in bacteria: evolution and diversity. FEMS Microbiol Rev. 38(4):720-60. [PudMed:24372381]
(7) Guglielmini J et al (2011). The repertoire of ICE in prokaryotes underscores the unity, diversity, and ubiquity of conjugation. PLoS Genet. 7(8):e1002222. [PudMed:21876676]
(8) Hall RM (2010). Salmonella genomic islands and antibiotic resistance in Salmonella enterica. Future Microbiol. 5(10):1525-38. [PudMed:21073312]
(9) Wozniak RA et al (2010). Integrative and conjugative elements: mosaic mobile genetic elements enabling dynamic lateral gene flow. Nat Rev Microbiol. 8(8):552-63. [PudMed:20601965]