Organism : Geobacter sulfurreducens | Module List :
GSU1989

sigma-54 dependent DNA-binding response regulator (VIMSS)

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Functional Annotations (9)
Function System
Response regulator containing CheY-like receiver, AAA-type ATPase, and DNA-binding domains cog/ cog
two-component response regulator activity go/ molecular_function
two-component signal transduction system (phosphorelay) go/ biological_process
sequence-specific DNA binding transcription factor activity go/ molecular_function
ATP binding go/ molecular_function
intracellular go/ cellular_component
regulation of transcription, DNA-dependent go/ biological_process
transcription factor binding go/ molecular_function
nucleoside-triphosphatase activity go/ molecular_function
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Regulation information for GSU1989
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GSU1989 is regulated by 16 influences and regulates 32 modules.
Regulators for GSU1989 (16)
Regulator Module Operator
GSU0732 53 tf
GSU1218 53 tf
GSU1320 53 tf
GSU1525 53 tf
GSU1692 53 tf
GSU1989 53 tf
GSU1992 53 tf
GSU2945 53 tf
GSU3089 53 tf
GSU0205 268 tf
GSU0470 268 tf
GSU0598 268 tf
GSU0721 268 tf
GSU1989 268 tf
GSU2506 268 tf
GSU3421 268 tf

Warning: GSU1989 Does not regulate any modules!

Motif information (de novo identified motifs for modules)

There are 4 motifs predicted.

Motif Table (4)
Motif Id e-value Consensus Motif Logo
2266 6.10e+02 taaaGTTctTacagg
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2267 2.40e+03 aAAATCAaaCaAcTgC.AA
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2696 7.80e-05 aAtTaTgaAgTa.aaTatA.cAaA
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2697 3.80e+00 atGaAaAa
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Motifs of interest can be broadcasted to RegPredict (currently only available for Desulfovibrio vulgaris Hildenborough) in order to compare conservation in similar species. This integrated motif prediction and comparative analysis provides an additional checkpoint for regulatory motif prediction confidence.

Motif e-value: cMonkey tries to identify two motifs per modules in the upstream sequences of the module member genes. Motif e-value is an indicative of the motif co-occurences between the members of the module.Smaller e-values are indicative of significant sequence motifs. Our experience showed that e-values smaller than 10 are generally indicative of significant motifs.

Functional Enrichment for GSU1989

GSU1989 is enriched for 9 functions in 3 categories.
Module neighborhood information for GSU1989

GSU1989 has total of 43 gene neighbors in modules 53, 268
Gene neighbors (43)
Gene Common Name Description Module membership
GSU0144 GSU0144 sensory box histidine kinase (VIMSS) 53, 85
GSU0304 pepN aminopeptidase N (NCBI) 53, 290
GSU0470 GSU0470 sigma-54 dependent response regulator (VIMSS) 151, 268
GSU0471 GSU0471 sensor histidine kinase (VIMSS) 252, 268
GSU0500 typA GTP-binding protein TypA (NCBI) 53, 320
GSU0657 GSU0657 hypothetical protein (VIMSS) 53, 315
GSU0681 GSU0681 sensory box histidine kinase (VIMSS) 53, 85
GSU0827 GSU0827 hypothetical protein (VIMSS) 27, 53
GSU0829 GSU0829 heavy metal efflux pump, CzcB family (VIMSS) 27, 53
GSU0978 GSU0978 hypothetical protein (NCBI) 50, 268
GSU1036 GSU1036 sensor histidine kinase (VIMSS) 53, 157
GSU1154 GSU1154 surface repeat protein, putative (NCBI) 14, 268
GSU1407 GSU1407 hypothetical protein (VIMSS) 1, 268
GSU1414 GSU1414 sensory box histidine kinase/response regulator (VIMSS) 53, 275
GSU1427 GSU1427 anti-anti-sigma factor (VIMSS) 53, 268
GSU1430 GSU1430 hypothetical protein (VIMSS) 53, 229
GSU1642 GSU1642 conserved hypothetical protein (VIMSS) 27, 53
GSU1673 GSU1673 hypothetical protein (VIMSS) 53, 200
GSU1779 GSU1779 hypothetical protein (VIMSS) 221, 268
GSU1817 GSU1817 outer membrane lipoprotein, Slp family, putative (VIMSS) 53, 264
GSU1857 GSU1857 hypothetical protein (VIMSS) 53, 203
GSU1950 GSU1950 capK related-protein (NCBI) 221, 268
GSU1956 GSU1956 acetyltransferase, GNAT family (NCBI) 247, 268
GSU1968 GSU1968 nucleotidyltransferase family protein (VIMSS) 90, 268
GSU1969 GSU1969 hypothetical protein (VIMSS) 90, 268
GSU1986 GSU1986 glycosyl transferase domain protein (VIMSS) 247, 268
GSU1989 GSU1989 sigma-54 dependent DNA-binding response regulator (VIMSS) 53, 268
GSU1990 GSU1990 sensor histidine kinase (VIMSS) 53, 200
GSU1993 GSU1993 hypothetical protein (VIMSS) 124, 268
GSU1994 GSU1994 hypothetical protein (VIMSS) 71, 268
GSU2130 GSU2130 hypothetical protein (VIMSS) 110, 268
GSU2599 GSU2599 ISGsu4, transposase (VIMSS) 266, 268
GSU2665 GSU2665 efflux transporter, RND family, MFP subunit (NCBI) 53, 244
GSU2666 GSU2666 transcriptional regulator, TetR family (VIMSS) 53, 244
GSU2668 GSU2668 hypothetical protein (VIMSS) 53, 244
GSU2669 GSU2669 sensor histidine kinase (VIMSS) 53, 244
GSU2678 hsp heat shock protein, Hsp20 family (NCBI) 53, 200
GSU2692 GSU2692 immunogenic protein family protein (VIMSS) 53, 194
GSU3086 GSU3086 conserved hypothetical protein (VIMSS) 53, 258
GSU3088 GSU3088 ybaK/ebsC protein (VIMSS) 53, 324
GSU3089 rpoD RNA polymerase sigma factor RpoD (NCBI) 53, 267
GSU3095 hisF imidazoleglycerol phosphate synthase, cyclase subunit (NCBI) 53, 99
GSU3139 GSU3139 conserved hypothetical protein (VIMSS) 53, 216
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Our circular module explorer is adapted from visquick originally developed by Dick Kreisberg of Ilya Shmulevich lab at ISB for The Cancer Genome Atlas. We use simplified version of visquick to display distribution of module members and their interactions across the genome. This view provides summary of regulation information for a gene. The main components are;
  • 1. All genomic elements for the organism are represented as a circle and each element is separated by black tick marks. In this example chromosome and pDV represent main chromosome and plasmid for D. vulgaris Hildenborough, respectively.
  • 2. Source gene
  • 3. Target genes (other module members)
  • 4. Interactions between source and target genes for a particular module
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