ICEberg
I. Information of ICE
ICEberg ID229
Name ICEA(PG2) This is a predicted ICE derived from literature
FamilyICEAPG2
OrganismMycoplasma agalactiae PG2
Size (bp)21864
GC content [Genome] (%)27.72[29.71]
Insertion site-
Function-
Species that ICE can be transferred to-
Nucleotide SequenceCU179680 (complete ICE sequence in this genome)
Replicon chromosome (877438 bp, BioProject:16095) [NC_009497]
Genome coordinates455934..477797 
Putative oriT region -
Putative relaxase -


II. ICE interaction with IME/CIME/

The interaction information of ICEA(PG2) is not available.



The graph information of ICEA(PG2) components from CU179680
Complete gene list of ICEA(PG2) from CU179680
#Gene Coordinates [+/-], size (bp) Product 
(GenBank annotation)
*Reannotation 
1MAG3810451278..452084 [+], 807Hypothetical protein
2MAG3820452130..453233 [+], 1104GTP binding protein
3MAG3830453422..453880 [+], 459Hypothetical protein
4hpt453996..454544 [-], 549Hypoxanthine guanine phosphoribosyltransferase(HGPRT)
5greA454534..455025 [-], 492Transcription elongation factor greA
6MAG3860455934..457166 [-], 1233Conserved hypothetical proteinIntegrase 
7MAG3870457338..457976 [-], 639Conserved hypothetical protein
8MAG3880458312..460006 [-], 1695Pseudogen of conserved hypothetical protein (C terminal part)
9MAG3890460357..462870 [-], 2514Pseudogen of conserved hypothetical protein (N terminal part)
10MAG3900462873..463460 [-], 588Conserved hypothetical protein
11MAG3910463503..465608 [-], 2106Pseudogene of TraE/TrsE family NTPase(C terminal part)
12MAG3920465767..466087 [-], 321Pseudogene of TraE/TrsE family NTPase(N terminal part)
13MAG3930466414..468168 [-], 1755Pseudogen of conserved hypothetical protein (C terminal part)
14MAG3940467933..468604 [-], 672Pseudogen of conserved hypothetical protein (N terminal part)
15MAG3950468730..469005 [+], 276Hypothetical protein
16MAG3960469428..469802 [-], 375Conserved hypothetical protein, truncated in N terminal
17MAG3970469937..470911 [-], 975Conserved hypothetical protein, predicted lipoprotein, truncated in C ter
18MAG3980471119..471697 [-], 579Conserved hypothetical protein
19MAG3990471807..472244 [-], 438Conserved hypothetical protein
20MAG4000472282..472524 [-], 243Hypothetical protein
21MAG4010472505..473020 [-], 516Hypothetical protein
22MAG4020473350..473616 [-], 267Hypothetical protein
23MAG4030473623..474183 [-], 561Conserved hypothetical protein
24MAG4040474429..476201 [-], 1773Conserved hypothetical proteinT4CP 
25MAG4050476439..477428 [-], 990Conserved hypothetical protein
26MAG4060477432..477797 [-], 366Conserved hypothetical protein, truncated in C terminal
27MAG4070478206..478472 [+], 267Hypothetical protein
28MAG4080478695..479150 [+], 456Hypothetical protein
29MAG4090479172..479804 [+], 633Hypothetical protein
30MAG4100479917..480354 [+], 438Pseudogene of Transposase (N terminal part)
31MAG4110480625..480819 [+], 195Pseudogene of Transposase (C terminal part)
32MAG4120480978..481616 [-], 639Oxidoreductase, potentially truncated inN terminal
 
flank Flanking regions
integrase Gene may contribute to site-specific recombination
conjugation Gene may play role in conjugative transfer

ElementNo. of sequencesDownload
Nucleotide sequences1Fasta
Proteins21Fasta
(1) Nouvel LX; Sirand-Pugnet P; Marenda MS; Sagne E; Barbe V; Mangenot S; Schenowitz C; Jacob D; Barre A; Claverol S; Blanchard A; Citti C (2010). Comparative genomic and proteomic analyses of two Mycoplasma agalactiae strains: clues to the macro- and micro-events that are shaping mycoplasma diversity. BMC Genomics. 0.518055556. [PudMed:20122262]