Repbase Reports

2003, Volume 3, Issue 7
July 31, 2003
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ISSN# 1534-830X
Page 136

Harbinger3_TP

Harbinger3_TP is an autonomous DNA transposon - a consensus sequence.

Submitted:
31-Jul-2003
Accepted:
31-Jul-2003
Key Words:
DNA transposon; Harbinger superfamily; transposase; DNA-binding protein; Harbinger3_TP
Source:
consensus
Organism:
Thalassiosira pseudonana
Taxonomy:
Eukaryota; stramenopiles; Bacillariophyta; Coscinodiscophyceae; Thalassiosirophycidae; Thalassiosirales; Thalassiosiraceae; Thalassiosira
[1] Authors:
Kapitonov,V.V. and Jurka,J.
Title:
Harbinger3_TP, a family of autonomous Harbinger-like DNA transposons from diatom Thalassiosira pseudonana.
Journal:
Repbase Reports 3:(7) p. 136 (2003)
Abstract:
Harbinger3_TP copies are ~95% identical to the consensus sequence, they are flanked by 3-bp target site duplications. This transposon has 33-bp terminal inverted repeats (3 mismatches), and one internal palindrome (pos. 144-243). Harbinger3_TP encodes the 449-aa Harbinger3_TP1p transposase (pos. 507-1853) and the 399-aa Harbinger3_TP2p DNA binding protein (pos. 3679-2483). Harbinger3_TP1p: MSSSSTMSSDSDDTMDRFMASQLSIDGTGDSNLDRDIPPQRKRNSNRFAFQFGDYLDCNYYRKFLCQDIR DVTYEKSQDRKSVFRSHFRVPLKTIDDLTEMHIRNGWVRYTGRVRTNFQLSIRTQLFIMCALEHMGNRKP HCQFETETNMSASSHLHFFNNFIVNMYSVRSEYVFYPRTMEELQVTVHDYESQHLPGAGGSIDVVHVKWS NCPAGDYNKCKGKESFPSVAFECVTNNRRRVLGISPIQFGARSDKHIVRFDPTVELIKKQWYKDVEWEYY TSDGELKKDKGIYFICDGGYLRWKSLICPYAGSxEIGQRGYFNTNLESIRKDVECTFGILKKRWRILDYG LHYYNMKKCEMVFTVCCIMHNILLDVGEDQGLNYVNPVGRGGPIGRDGLFLEGPVELQQRVGRDAITLRG MKAADRADALRWMARRDLLAAHLEYCKRH Harbinger3_TP2p: MIYSAAVTRFLANSIAFLSPISVTSTEGGGGGGREGLRRGRRGVGEASTDVTPAKRPSSAPTTTSQRKKA RQPAPKSTSQRKKAKQPSLPTRTSPRLHPQKDAQKELAEPRVLLSTIAEDPPSPSDSDKSPDILAETQET VTIVPEPQLGGDADDDARDDDDVPDGVDDASGDALPPLENVNVSADAQVPSQLTQMASPNVQDRETEFSI CNSPGEFSALQEASVDDPYHRMLVESAIDYSFGDRVHYFLGGARINNKFRLSVETCVLGEAGKIVCEDMC AKVASLKVQLAKKYEDIMRSLDPGLFESENIREDMCKRMSGGRPNKSSSETTTFGEKKMWEKWKQMKMEM KKIFTCLPVTYHKMKSGTQLYEVYDNVIREHWKEQFVSFAVERFKMSPF
Derived:
[1] (Consensus)
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