MG ORFs without a homologous ORF in M. pneumoniae


MG_ORF    Length (AA)    Location:     Comment                                                 
                         pcosMP***                                                                       
MG016 168 D12 D12_orf1030 contains MG016; MG017 and MG018 MG017 176 D12 D12_orf1030 contains MG016; MG017 and MG018 MG018 427 D12 D12_orf1030 contains MG016; MG017 and MG018
MG419 C12 C12_orf681 contains MG419+MG420 MG420
MG115 79 A65 ORF is less than 100aa and has no similarity *) besides to MG but there is experimental evidence that this DNA region is transkribed in M.pneumoniae (Luehn and Brosius, unpublished)
MG131 74 A65 ORF is less than 100aa and has no similarity *) besides to MG
MG219 F10 Homology on DNA level and weak homology on AA level
MG352 166 G12 Homology on DNA level but there is only an ORF in MP with 60 AA. Because of the lack of significant homology to other ORFs it is excluded from the MP-Database *)
MG436 118 E30 Between E30_orf184 (MG435 hom.) and E30_orf395 (MG437 hom.) there is no space for an additional ORF. The length of E30_orf395 could be shortend to 300 AA using the second ATG-codon as start; this is/would correlate to the normal length of the CDP- diglyceride synthetase (cdsA) of H.influenzae
Originally annotated ORFs by Fraser et al. which were later deleteted in the MG-Database MG193 E07 ORF is deleteted in the MG-Database MG416 C12 ORF is deleteted in the MG-Database

*) our rules for the pediction of an ORF are described in Hilbert et al., 1996; NAR;24,628-639




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