TADB
Beijerinckia indica subsp. indica ATCC 9039 chromosome, complete chromosome

# GENOME INFO
Genome size (bp) : 4170153
Link to NCBI Taxonomy Browser by Tax_id :395963
 
# TA INFO in replicon: NC_010581
#TypeToxinAntitoxinRegulatorLocationClassification(family/domain)
1 2 Bind_1043 Bind_1042 - 1195512..1196089 mazEF */XF1863-MazF
2 2 Bind_1442 Bind_1441 - 1648762..1649771 -/Xre-COG5654
3 2 Bind_1496 Bind_1497 - 1696841..1697417 relBE */Xre-RelE
4 2 Bind_1510 Bind_1511 - 1711370..1712340 -/COG5642-COG5654
5 2 Bind_1652 Bind_1653 - 1869227..1869813 -/HEPN-MNT
6 2 Bind_1680 Bind_1681 - 1899873..1900494 relBE */Xre-RelE
7 2 Bind_2414 Bind_2413 - 2756047..2756689 relBE */Xre-RelE
8 2 Bind_2539 Bind_2538 - 2894521..2895185 vapBC */PHD-PIN
9 2 Bind_2795 Bind_2796 - 3182040..3182743 vapBC */RHH-PIN
10 2 Bind_3176 Bind_3175 - 3621646..3622192 -/RHH-COG2929
11 2 Bind_3526 Bind_3527 - 4006260..4006960 vapBC */PHD-PIN
12 2 Bind_3611 Bind_3610 - 4094682..4095309 vapBC */AbrB-PIN

: TA pair identified by RASTA-Bacteria .
* : TA family predicted based on the TA domain pair using the relationship in Table S2

The further putative TA pairs predicted by RASTA-Bacteria .
#ToxinDomain1Score1AntitoxinDomain2Score2Replicon
1Bind_2413HTH_XRE/HTH_XRE/HTH_3/HipB/VapI83.73Bind_2414RelE92.21NC_010581
2Bind_2666COG172482.23Bind_2667COG1598/HTH_487.24NC_010581
3Bind_3527Phd/StbD83.26Bind_3526VapC/PIN/COG184884.95NC_010581
4Bind_3564-64.87Bind_3563HTH_XRE/HTH_XRE/HTH_3/HipB78.09NC_010581
5Bind_2538-67.97Bind_2539VapC/PIN/COG184874.76NC_010581
6Bind_1042-64.32Bind_1043MazF/PemK74.39NC_010581
7Bind_1498-68.35Bind_1497HTH_3/HTH_XRE/HTH_XRE/HipB73.74NC_010581
8Bind_1497HTH_3/HTH_XRE/HTH_XRE/HipB73.74Bind_1496-67.9NC_010581
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.