Organism : Halobacterium salinarum NRC-1 | Module List :
Regulation information for VNG6427H(Mouseover regulator name to see its description)
Motif information (de novo identified motifs for modules)
There are 14 motifs predicted.
|Motif Id||e-value||Consensus||Motif Logo|
Module neighborhood information for VNG6427H
|Gene||Common Name||Description||Module membership|
|VNG0020H||hypothetical protein VNG0020H||30, 108, 247|
|VNG0022H||hypothetical protein VNG0022H||30, 254|
|VNG0023H||hypothetical protein VNG0023H||30, 254, 290|
|VNG0064G||graD3||glucose-1-phosphate thymidylyltransferase||74, 164, 280, 293|
|VNG0139H||hypothetical protein VNG0139H||17, 18, 30, 196|
|VNG0140H||hypothetical protein VNG0140H||18, 26, 30, 239|
|VNG0196H||hypothetical protein VNG0196H||30, 267, 281|
|VNG0218G||gspE1||type II secretion system protein||107, 122|
|VNG0469H||hypothetical protein VNG0469H||30, 91|
|VNG0470G||trp3||daunorubicin resistance ABC transporter ATP-binding protein||30, 91|
|VNG0512G||ppe||DNA double-strand break repair protein||18, 121, 177, 196|
|VNG0532H||hypothetical protein VNG0532H||30, 70, 108|
|VNG0811H||hypothetical protein VNG0811H||30, 87, 138, 147|
|VNG0869G||tfbD||transcription initiation factor IIB||18, 91, 95, 212|
|VNG0926H||hypothetical protein VNG0926H||30, 108|
|VNG0988H||hypothetical protein VNG0988H||42, 68, 107, 203, 207, 210|
|VNG1064H||hypothetical protein VNG1064H||17, 37, 96, 108|
|VNG1270H||hypothetical protein VNG1270H||18, 30, 37, 42|
|VNG1271H||hypothetical protein VNG1271H||18, 30, 37|
|VNG1646G||trpG1||anthranilate synthase subunit beta||30, 48, 64, 87|
|VNG1648G||trpF||hypothetical protein VNG1648G||4, 5, 28, 30, 48, 64, 87|
|VNG1649G||trpD||anthranilate phosphoribosyltransferase||28, 30, 48, 64, 87, 92|
|VNG1650H||hypothetical protein VNG1650H||4, 5, 30, 34, 35, 245, 295|
|VNG1734H||hypothetical protein VNG1734H||64, 74|
|VNG1890H||hypothetical protein VNG1890H||18, 105, 167|
|VNG1952H||hypothetical protein VNG1952H||18, 28, 30, 42, 68, 80, 91, 108, 121, 135|
|VNG1953C||hypothetical protein VNG1953C||13, 18, 30, 34, 42, 80, 91, 108, 115, 121|
|VNG1954H||hypothetical protein VNG1954H||74|
|VNG1956H||hypothetical protein VNG1956H||18, 30, 34, 42, 80, 91, 108, 115, 121|
|VNG1986C||hypothetical protein VNG1986C||17, 26, 30, 31, 108|
|VNG2414H||hypothetical protein VNG2414H||18, 38, 64|
|VNG2444C||hypothetical protein VNG2444C||17, 28, 31, 38, 173|
|VNG5047H||None||15, 18, 63|
|VNG5120H||None||18, 37, 198|
|VNG5167H||None||89, 166, 167|
|VNG6156H||hypothetical protein VNG6156H||107|
|VNG6157H||hypothetical protein VNG6157H||18|
|VNG6164G||orc2||orc / cell division control protein 6||89|
|VNG6175G||trkA2||TRK potassium uptake system protein||5, 15, 62, 69, 72, 177|
|VNG6176G||kdpA||potassium-transporting ATPase subunit A||5, 15, 18, 21, 26, 28, 31, 47, 51, 53, 62, 63, 69, 70, 72, 74, 177, 279|
|VNG6177G||kdpB||potassium-transporting ATPase subunit B||5, 15, 62, 63, 69, 72|
|VNG6178G||kdpC||potassium-transporting ATPase C chain||5, 15, 18, 26, 28, 31, 47, 51, 53, 62, 63, 69, 70, 72, 74, 177, 279|
|VNG6179G||cat3||cationic amino acid transporter||62, 72|
|VNG6183C||hypothetical protein VNG6183C||15, 18, 213|
|VNG6184G||cat4||cationic amino acid transporter||15, 18, 213|
|VNG6185H||hypothetical protein VNG6185H||15, 18, 213|
|VNG6186H||hypothetical protein VNG6186H||15, 18, 213|
|VNG6191H||hypothetical protein VNG6191H||17, 30, 34, 38, 41, 44, 80, 91|
|VNG6193H||hypothetical protein VNG6193H||17, 32, 34, 38, 41, 42, 44, 80|
|VNG6196G||phoT2||sodium-dependent phosphate transporter||30, 36, 41, 80, 87, 89|
|VNG6224H||hypothetical protein VNG6224H||18, 91|
|VNG6258C||hypothetical protein VNG6258C||18, 30, 108|
|VNG6275H||hypothetical protein VNG6275H||107|
|VNG6284H||hypothetical protein VNG6284H||89|
|VNG6292C||hypothetical protein VNG6292C||17, 18, 30, 89|
|VNG6293C||hypothetical protein VNG6293C||17|
|VNG6322H||hypothetical protein VNG6322H||17, 168, 178|
|VNG6330H||hypothetical protein VNG6330H||62, 112|
|VNG6340H||hypothetical protein VNG6340H||62, 92, 93, 94, 96, 102, 103, 104|
|VNG6344H||hypothetical protein VNG6344H||17, 41|
|VNG6349C||hypothetical protein VNG6349C||17|
|VNG6359H||hypothetical protein VNG6359H||17, 157, 271|
|VNG6363G||orc4||orc / cell division control protein 6||89|
|VNG6366H||hypothetical protein VNG6366H||62|
|VNG6373G||phrH||PhiH1 repressor-like protein||107, 117|
|VNG6390H||hypothetical protein VNG6390H||4, 26, 30, 34, 35, 245, 295|
|VNG6400H||hypothetical protein VNG6400H||18, 30, 80, 133, 245, 290|
|VNG6418H||hypothetical protein VNG6418H||13, 18, 21, 41, 60, 281|
|VNG6427H||hypothetical protein VNG6427H||17, 18, 30, 62, 74, 89, 107|
|VNG6431H||hypothetical protein VNG6431H||17, 26, 30, 38, 178|
|VNG6432H||hypothetical protein VNG6432H||17, 26, 31, 38, 106, 243|
|VNG7011||repH||plasmid replication protein RepH||17, 18, 30, 107, 122, 224, 287|
|VNG7093||hypothetical protein VNG7093||89, 211, 239|
|VNG7109||hypothetical protein VNG7109||4, 18, 38, 91|
|VNG7110||hypothetical protein VNG7110||18, 38, 91, 147|
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