Organism : Campylobacter jejuni | Module List :
Motif information (de novo identified motifs for modules)
There are 4 motifs predicted.
|Motif Id||e-value||Consensus||Motif Logo|
Module neighborhood information for Cj0062c
|Gene||Common Name||Description||Module membership|
|Cj0021c||Cj0021c||hypothetical protein Cj0021c (NCBI ptt file)||33, 116|
|Cj0022c||Cj0022c||putative ribosomal pseudouridine synthase (NCBI ptt file)||139, 149|
|Cj0055c||Cj0055c||hypothetical protein Cj0055c (NCBI ptt file)||110, 149|
|Cj0062c||Cj0062c||putative integral membrane protein (NCBI ptt file)||116, 149|
|Cj0065c||folK||putative 2-amino-4-hydroxy-6-hydroxymethyldihydropteridine pyrophosphokinase (NCBI ptt file)||116, 155|
|Cj0156c||Cj0156c||hypothetical protein Cj0156c (NCBI ptt file)||149, 161|
|Cj0158c||Cj0158c||putative haem-binding lipoprotein (NCBI ptt file)||68, 149|
|Cj0159c||Cj0159c||hypothetical protein Cj0159c (NCBI ptt file)||141, 149|
|Cj0160c||Cj0160c||hypothetical protein Cj0160c (NCBI ptt file)||41, 149|
|Cj0164c||ubiA||putative 4-hydroxybenzoate octaprenyltransferase (NCBI ptt file)||63, 149|
|Cj0321||dxs||1-deoxyxylulose-5-phosphate synthase (NCBI ptt file)||70, 149|
|Cj0419||Cj0419||hypothetical protein Cj0419 (NCBI ptt file)||32, 116|
|Cj0451||rep||ribulose-phosphate 3-epimerase (NCBI ptt file)||10, 116|
|Cj0495||Cj0495||hypothetical protein Cj0495 (NCBI ptt file)||100, 116|
|Cj0513||Cj0513||hypothetical protein Cj0513 (NCBI ptt file)||116, 142|
|Cj0557c||Cj0557c||putative integral membrane protein (NCBI ptt file)||55, 116|
|Cj0558c||proA||gamma-glutamyl phosphate reductase (NCBI ptt file)||110, 116|
|Cj0562||dnaB||replicative DNA helicase (NCBI ptt file)||89, 116|
|Cj0579c||Cj0579c||hypothetical protein Cj0579c (NCBI ptt file)||81, 116|
|Cj0595c||nth||endonuclease III (NCBI ptt file)||89, 116|
|Cj0707||kdtA||3-deoxy-D-manno-octulosonic-acid transferase (NCBI ptt file)||141, 149|
|Cj0709||ffh||signal recognition particle protein (NCBI ptt file)||61, 116|
|Cj0734c||hisJ||histidine-binding protein precursor (NCBI ptt file)||116, 147|
|Cj0735||Cj0735||putative periplasmic protein (NCBI ptt file)||37, 116|
|Cj0738||Cj0738||hypothetical protein Cj0738 (NCBI ptt file)||1, 116|
|Cj0739||Cj0739||hypothetical protein Cj0739 (NCBI ptt file)||106, 116|
|Cj0741||Cj0741||hypothetical protein Cj0741 (NCBI ptt file)||116, 152|
|Cj0769c||Cj0769c||putative periplasmic protein (NCBI ptt file)||45, 116|
|Cj0857c||moeA||putative molybdopterin biosynthesis protein (NCBI ptt file)||39, 116|
|Cj0879c||Cj0879c||putative periplasmic protein (NCBI ptt file)||116, 164|
|Cj0925||rpiB||putative ribose 5-phosphate isomerase (NCBI ptt file)||116, 136|
|Cj1038||Cj1038||probable cell division/peptidoglycan biosynthesis protein (NCBI ptt file)||116, 139|
|Cj1039||murG||putative UDP-N-acetylglucosamine--N-acetylmuramyl-(pentapeptide) pyrophosphoryl-undecaprenol N-acetylglucosamine transferase (NCBI ptt file)||44, 116|
|Cj1146c||waaV||putative glucosyltransferase (NCBI ptt file)||63, 149|
|Cj1166c||Cj1166c||putative integral membrane protein (NCBI ptt file)||122, 149|
|Cj1179c||fliR||flagellar biosynthetic protein (NCBI ptt file)||116, 129|
|Cj1206c||ftsY||putative signal recognition particle protein (NCBI ptt file)||51, 116|
|Cj1222c||Cj1222c||putative two-component sensor (NCBI ptt file)||20, 149|
|Cj1235||Cj1235||putative periplasmic protein (NCBI ptt file)||40, 149|
|Cj1344c||Cj1344c||putative glycoprotease (NCBI ptt file)||92, 149|
|Cj1438c||Cj1438c||putative sugar transferase (NCBI ptt file)||70, 116|
|Cj1543||Cj1543||hypothetical protein Cj1543 (NCBI ptt file)||116, 144|
|Cj1608||Cj1608||possible two-component regulator (NCBI ptt file)||149, 154|
|Cj1622||ribD||putative riboflavin-specific deaminase (NCBI ptt file)||37, 149|
|Cj1713||Cj1713||hypothetical protein Cj1713 (NCBI ptt file)||70, 149|
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