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Research Article

Adding to Yersinia enterocolitica Gene Pool Diversity: Two Cryptic Plasmids from a Biotype 1A Isolate

Table 2

ORFs identified on plasmid pYe4449-2.

Position (bp)StrandSize (aa) (kDa) IdentitiesExpectBest BlastP /functionAccession

ORF 1446–913+15516.85.3hypothetical protein
ORF 2957–3410+81786.49.9hypothetical protein
ORF 3 (yltA)3933–4511 19220.96.2protein with unknown function expressed at low temperature
ORF 44511–5146 21123.25.4hypothetical protein
tnpR5371–5997+20823.39.692/208 (44%)2e-46Resolvase, N-terminal domain (Marinobacter aquaeolei VT8); TnpR-like protein ref YP_957859.1
ORF 66107–6301+647.110.8hypothetical protein
ORF 7 (ysrA)6361–6744+12713.54.242/113 (37%)3e-10hypothetical protein BACOVA_04330 (Bacteroides ovatus ATCC 8483); putative repeat protein ref ZP_02067325.1
ORF86795–7478 22725.35.352/127 (40%)8e-18hypothetical protein (Aeromonas hydrophila) gb AAR06625.1
ORF 97643–8119+15817.610.2hypothetical protein
ORF 108637–9917 42648.68157/386 (40%)2e-80predicted P-loop ATPase (Bacteriophage APSE-3) gb ACJ10118.1
ORF 1110971–11462+16318.26.1hypothetical protein
ORF 1211798–12250-15016.55.8hypothetical protein
ORF 1312247–12534 959.94.572/95 (75%)1e-28hypothetical protein pKlebpneu12_p49 (Klebsiella pneumoniae) ref YP_002286974.1
traC12592–13803 40344.86.3345/401 (86%)0hypothetical protein pKlebpneu12_p48 (Klebsiella pneumoniae)ref YP_002286973.1

ene names according to putative conserved protein domains if available. olecular weights and isoelectric points are calculated using the algorithm from ExPASy’s Compute pI/Mw program. nly significant BlastP matches with e-values below e-10 are listed; all others show e-values above 0.1 and are either indicated as “hypothetical protein” or experimental confirmation is specified.

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