gi|134119461|ref|AAYU00000000.1| Yersinia pestis biovar Antiqua str. B42003004 .4841690, gc%: 47.68%
REGION6
REGION_LENGTH35.2Kb
COMPLETENESS(score)intact(140)
SPECIFIC_KEYWORDtransposase
REGION_POSITION4644001-4679257
TRNA_NUM0
TOTAL_PROTEIN_NUM37
PHAGE_HIT_PROTEIN_NUM19
HYPOTHETICAL_PROTEIN_NUM4
PHAGE+HYPO_PROTEIN_PERCENTAGE62.1%
BACTERIAL_PROTEIN_NUM14
ATT_SITE_SHOWUPyes
PHAGE_SPECIES_NUM9
MOST_COMMON_PHAGE_NAMEPROPHAGE_Xantho_33913
MOST_COMMON_PHAGE_NUM5
MOST_COMMON_PHAGE_PERCENTAGE13.5%
GC_PERCENTAGE45.36%
Legend:
REGION: the number assigned to the region
REGION_LENGTH: the length of the sequence of that region (in bp)
PREDICT_INTACT_OR_INCOMPLETE (score): a prediction of whether the region contains an intact or incomplete prophage based on the above criteria (with score in brackets)
SPECIFIC_KEYWORD: the specific phage-related keyword(s) found in protein name(s) in the region
REGION_POSITION: the start and end positions of the region on the bacterial chromosome
TRNA_NUM: the number of tRNA genes present in the region
TOTAL_PROTEIN_NUM: the number of ORFs present in the region
PHAGE_HIT_PROTEIN_NUM: the number of proteins in the region with matches in the phage protein database
HYPOTHETICAL_PROTEIN_NUM: the number of hypothetical proteins in the region without a match in the database
PHAGE+HYPO_PROTEIN_PERCENTAGE: the combined percentage of phage proteins and hypothetical proteins in the region
BACTERIAL_PROTEIN_NUM: the number of proteins in the region with matches in the nrfilt database
ATT_SITE_SHOWUP: the putative phage attachment site
PHAGE_SPECIES_NUM: the number of different phages that have similar proteins to those in the region
MOST_COMMON_PHAGE_NAME: the phage with the highest number of proteins most similar to those in the region
MOST_COMMON_PHAGE_NUM: the number of phages with the highest number of proteins most similar to those in the region
MOST_COMMON_PHAGE_PERCENTAGE: the percentage of proteins in PHAGE_HIT_PROTEIN_NUM that are most similar to MOST_COMMON_PHAGE_NAME proteins
GC_PERCENTAGE: the percentage of gc nucleotides of the region