PAI-like Region

• General information

Type: Candidate PAI (PAI-like region overlapping GI(s))
Strain : Shigella flexneri 2002017 (NC_017328)
Location : 219311 - 234004 bp
Size : 14694 bp
GC content : 52.5 %
GC bias (=GCregion - GCgenome) : 1.61 %


• Features

*Putative virulence or resistance of a gene was inferred from the result of BLAST search against PAI or REI genes.
  Virulence : homologous to virulence gene(s) encoded in the PAIs
  Resistance : homologous to resistance gene(s) encoded in the REIs
  - : not homologous to any gene encoded in the PAIs

No Name GenBank Accn Location Size(bp) Strand Product Putative Virulence / Resistance*
1tRNA-Asp - 219311-219384 74 + tRNA-Asp-
2dkgB YP_005725834.1 219550-220353 804 + putative aldose reductase-
3NA YP_005725835.1 220392-221738 1347 - IS4 ORF-
4yafC YP_005725836.1 221788-222702 915 - putative transcriptional regulator LYSR-type-
5yafD YP_005725837.1 222943-223743 801 + protein yafD-
6yafE YP_005725838.1 223821-224591 771 + Methyltransferase, UbiE/COQ5 family-
7mltD YP_005725839.1 224639-225985 1347 - Transcriptional regulator for nitrite reductase-
8gloB YP_005725840.1 226057-226812 756 - Hydroxyacylglutathione hydrolase-
9NA YP_005725841.1 226843-227568 726 + hypothetical protein-
10rnhA YP_005725842.1 227565-228143 579 - RNase HI-
11dnaQ YP_005725843.1 228088-228828 741 + DNA polymerase III subunit epsilon-
12tRNA-Asp - 228961-229034 74 + tRNA-Asp-
13NA YP_005725844.1 229168-230214 1047 - putative cytoplasmic protein-
14NA YP_005725845.1 230225-230338 114 - putative cytoplasmic protein-
15NA YP_005725846.1 230482-230787 306 - Periplasmic chaperone of fimbral assembly machinery-
16NA YP_005725847.1 230784-232667 1884 - Outer membrane usher proteinVirulence
17NA YP_005725848.1 232683-233177 495 - SciD protein-
18NA YP_005725849.1 233372-234004 633 - SciE protein-


tRNA-Asp tRNA-Asp PI: Sal.6.NC_003198_P1-STY0289 STY0290 STY0291 PI: Pho.1-mltD gloB orf71 rnhA dnaQ -

• PAIs homologous to this region

tcd island (Photorhabdus luminescens W14)
SPI-6 (Salmonella enterica subsp. enterica serovar Typhi CT18)