TADB
Polaromonas sp. JS666 chromosome, complete genome. chromosome

# GENOME INFO
Genome size (bp) : 5200264
Link to NCBI Taxonomy Browser by Tax_id :296591
 
# TA INFO in replicon: NC_007948
#TypeToxinAntitoxinRegulatorLocationClassification(family/domain)
1 2 Bpro_0013 Bpro_0012 - 12199..12926 vapBC */PHD-PIN
2 2 Bpro_0337 Bpro_0338 - 358129..359966 hipBA */Xre-HipA
3 2 Bpro_0452 Bpro_0451 - 468401..468917 -/RHH-COG2929
4 2 Bpro_0470 Bpro_0471 - 487388..488090 relBE */Xre-RelE
5 2 Bpro_0617 Bpro_0616 - 624498..626014 hipBA */Xre-HipA
6 2 Bpro_1366 Bpro_1365 - 1406126..1406976 -/ArsR-COG3832
7 2 Bpro_1534 Bpro_1533 - 1585982..1586684 relBE */Xre-RelE
8 2 Bpro_1546 Bpro_1545 - 1596430..1597678 -/Xre-COG2856
9 2 Bpro_1556 Bpro_1555 - 1607753..1608339 RelBE or parDE */RHH-RelE
10 2 Bpro_1566 Bpro_1565 - 1616181..1617823 hipBA */Xre-HipA
11 2 Bpro_2086 Bpro_2085 - 2170572..2171736 -/Xre-GNAT
12 2 Bpro_2509 Bpro_2510 - 2623770..2624479 relBE */Xre-RelE
13 2 Bpro_2649 Bpro_2650 - 2788044..2789725 hipBA */Xre-HipA
14 2 Bpro_2719 Bpro_2718 - 2865924..2866684 vapBC */AbrB-PIN
15 2 Bpro_4019 Bpro_4020 - 4218427..4219106 vapBC */RHH-PIN
16 2 Bpro_4104 Bpro_4105 - 4311743..4312503 vapBC */RHH-PIN
17 2 Bpro_4762 Bpro_4763 - 5049321..5050373 -/MerR-PIN

: TA pair identified by RASTA-Bacteria .
- : unclassified

The further putative TA pairs predicted by RASTA-Bacteria .
#ToxinDomain1Score1AntitoxinDomain2Score2Replicon
1Bpro_1555-68.39Bpro_1556ParE/Plasmid_stabil/RelE74.61NC_007948
2Bpro_0338HTH_XRE/HTH_XRE/HTH_3/HipB/VapI63.43Bpro_0337HipA86.31NC_007948
3Bpro_4105-60.97Bpro_4104VapC/PIN/COG1848/COG411373.42NC_007948
4Bpro_3751-60.03Bpro_3750HTH_XRE/HTH_3/HTH_XRE77.86NC_007948
5Bpro_0012StbD/Phd86.13Bpro_0013VapC/PIN/COG184886.99NC_007948
Note: The RASTA-Bacteria algorithm utilises rpsblast search and typical characteristics of TA loci, such as a two-gene, co-directed module coding for small proteins, to identify TA hits. RASTA-Bacteria TA pair hits with one score >70% and the other > 60% were recorded by TADB, this strict cut-off yields broadly reliable TA candidates.