Organism : Rhodobacter sphaeroides 2.4.1 | Module List :
RSP_3026

Transcriptional regulator, MocR family (NCBI)

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Functional Annotations (7)
Function System
Transcriptional regulators containing a DNA-binding HTH domain and an aminotransferase domain (MocR family) and their eukaryotic orthologs cog/ cog
sequence-specific DNA binding transcription factor activity go/ molecular_function
intracellular go/ cellular_component
regulation of transcription, DNA-dependent go/ biological_process
biosynthetic process go/ biological_process
transferase activity, transferring nitrogenous groups go/ molecular_function
pyridoxal phosphate binding go/ molecular_function
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Regulation information for RSP_3026
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RSP_3026 is regulated by 20 influences and regulates 5 modules.
Regulators for RSP_3026 (20)
Regulator Module Operator
RSP_1014 83 tf
RSP_1077 83 tf
RSP_1790 83 tf
RSP_1915 83 tf
RSP_2351 83 tf
RSP_2965 83 tf
RSP_3001 83 tf
RSP_0511 168 tf
RSP_1014 168 tf
RSP_1231 168 tf
RSP_1867 168 tf
RSP_2165 168 tf
RSP_2494 168 tf
RSP_2533 168 tf
RSP_2867 168 tf
RSP_3203 168 tf
RSP_3464 168 tf
RSP_3684 168 tf
RSP_3731 168 tf
RSP_3748 168 tf

Warning: RSP_3026 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
7886 5.00e+04 TATGAA
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7887 9.30e+04 TgacGAGGt.CgtGAGgtagC
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8056 1.30e+03 AtATaCa.aG..TTt
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8057 4.50e+03 Cag.cgggccgGaTCGggCat
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Motif Help

Transcription factor binding motifs help to elucidate regulatory mechanism. cMonkey integrates powerful de novo motif detection to identify conditionally co-regulated sets of genes. De novo predicted motifs for each module are listed in the module page as motif logo images along with associated prediction statistics (e-values). The main module page also shows the location of these motifs within the upstream sequences of the module member genes.

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 RSP_3026

RSP_3026 is enriched for 7 functions in 3 categories.
Module neighborhood information for RSP_3026

RSP_3026 has total of 50 gene neighbors in modules 83, 168
Gene neighbors (50)
Gene Common Name Description Module membership
RSP_0088 RSP_0088 ycfI, putative structural proteins (NCBI) 73, 168
RSP_0139 RSP_0139 Ribosomal protein S6 (NCBI) 83, 196
RSP_0176 RSP_0176 Dihydroxyacid dehydratase/phosphogluconate dehydratase (NCBI) 83, 242
RSP_0187 RSP_0187 Dihydroorotate dehydrogenase (NCBI) 83, 244
RSP_0219 RSP_0219 hypothetical protein (NCBI) 168, 220
RSP_0328 nnrS hypothetical protein (NCBI) 168, 249
RSP_0470 RSP_0470 hypothetical protein (NCBI) 168, 249
RSP_0492 hupU hydrogenase small subunit (NCBI) 83, 133
RSP_0511 RSP_0511 two component transcriptional regulator, LuxR family (NCBI) 168, 176
RSP_0524 RSP_0524 hypothetical protein (NCBI) 74, 168
RSP_0616 RSP_0616 transcriptional regulator, AraC family (NCBI) 83, 88
RSP_0801 RSP_0801 deacetylase / probable acetylpolyamine aminohydrolase (NCBI) 168, 242
RSP_0864 RSP_0864 Puative heme-binding hypothetical protein (NCBI) 168, 238
RSP_0947 RSP_0947 hypothetical protein (NCBI) 168, 213
RSP_0951 RSP_0951 hypothetical protein (NCBI) 168, 238
RSP_1184 RSP_1184 ribonuclease BN (NCBI) 83, 242
RSP_1210 RSP_1210 Response regulator receiver protein (NCBI) 73, 168
RSP_1300 RSP_1300 hypothetical protein (NCBI) 168, 303
RSP_1640 RSP_1640 hypothetical protein (NCBI) 168, 233
RSP_1650 RSP_1650 hypothetical protein (NCBI) 83, 313
RSP_1655 RSP_1655 hypothetical protein (NCBI) 61, 83
RSP_1915 RSP_1915 Transcriptional regulator, LysR family (NCBI) 83, 101
RSP_2352 RSP_2352 putative terminase large subunit / phage terminase (NCBI) 74, 83
RSP_2353 RSP_2353 hypothetical protein (NCBI) 74, 83
RSP_2354 RSP_2354 hypothetical protein (NCBI) 23, 83
RSP_2632 argI Arginase (NCBI) 95, 168
RSP_2745 RSP_2745 hypothetical protein (NCBI) 22, 83
RSP_2791 RSP_2791 hypothetical protein (NCBI) 168, 236
RSP_2957 RSP_2957 hypothetical protein (NCBI) 168, 213
RSP_3017 RSP_3017 nitrilotriacetate monooxygenase (NCBI) 38, 83
RSP_3026 RSP_3026 Transcriptional regulator, MocR family (NCBI) 83, 168
RSP_3037 RSP_3037 Putative short-chain dehydrogenase/reductase (NCBI) 57, 168
RSP_3050 moaA Molybdenum cofactor biosynthesis protein A (NCBI) 168, 308
RSP_3086 RSP_3086 periplasmic sensor signal transduction histidine kinase (NCBI) 83, 176
RSP_3095 RSP_3095 sigma24 (NCBI) 168, 202
RSP_3096 RSP_3096 hypothetical protein (NCBI) 168, 304
RSP_3098 qoxB QoxB, Quinol oxidase subunit II (NCBI) 168, 304
RSP_3105 RSP_3105 PAS sensor protein (NCBI) 83, 340
RSP_3130 RSP_3130 Putative serine protease (NCBI) 83, 244
RSP_3137 RSP_3137 hypothetical protein (NCBI) 141, 168
RSP_3213 RSP_3213 hypothetical protein (NCBI) 168, 313
RSP_3257 RSP_3257 ABC peptide transporter, inner membrane subunit (NCBI) 168, 325
RSP_3343 RSP_3343 putative glycosyl transferase (NCBI) 14, 168
RSP_3388 RSP_3388 putative Isocitrate/isopropylmalate dehydrogenase / tartrate dehydrogenase ttuC (NCBI) 83, 220
RSP_3444 RSP_3444 Putative Xaa-Pro aminopeptidase (NCBI) 61, 168
RSP_3446 RSP_3446 Putative amino acid hydrolase (NCBI) 61, 168
RSP_3447 RSP_3447 Putative dehydrogenase (NCBI) 61, 168
RSP_3497 RSP_3497 Caspase-1, p20 (NCBI) 103, 168
RSP_3566 RSP_3566 dimethylglycine dehydrogenase (NCBI) 27, 168
RSP_3793 RSP_3793 hypothetical protein (NCBI) 73, 168
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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
  • 5. Module(s) that source gene and target genes belong to
  • 6. Visualisation legend