This describes the property of having at least one intein encoded anywhere in the genome, including within proteins that belong to plasmids or phage regions.
An intein should appear as a large insert in just one or two sequences of a multiple alignment with a hit region for TIGR01445 toward the left end of the insert and a hit to TIGR01443 toward the right. The region between may show endonuclease homology. |
|Parent Property||GenProp0066: selfish genetic elements|
|Step Name||Step Num||Required||Evidence (Method)||Evidence Go Terms|
|intein C-terminal splicing region||C-TERM||YES||TIGR01443 (HMM): intein C-terminal splicing region|
|intein N-terminal splicing region||N-TERM||YES||TIGR01445 (HMM): intein N-terminal splicing region|
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