BGC0000860: ectoine biosynthetic gene cluster from Methylarcula marina
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Location: 1 - 5,134 nt. (total: 5,134 nt).
This entry is originally from NCBI GenBank GU249592.1.


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General information about the BGC
MIBiG accession BGC0000860
Short description ectoine biosynthetic gene cluster from Methylarcula marina
Status Minimal annotation: yes
A minimal annotation only contains information on the BGC loci and one or more linked chemical product(s)

Completeness: Unknown
Whether the loci encodes everything needed for the pathway producing the compound(s)
Biosynthetic class(es)
  • Other
Loci NCBI GenBank: GU249592.1
  • ectoine
Species Methylarcula marina [taxonomy]
Chemical products information
Chemical database entries
List of genes involved in compound(s) production
Identifiers Position Product Functions Evidence Extra
  • ADA71973.1
  • ectR
711 - 1265 (-) MarR family transcriptional regulator
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  • ADA71974.1
  • ectA
1441 - 1986 (+) L-2,4-diaminobutyric acid acetyltransferase
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  • ADA71975.1
  • ectB
2042 - 3334 (+) L-2,4-diaminobutyrate transaminase
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  • ADA71976.1
  • ectC
3342 - 3737 (+) L-ectoine synthase
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  • ADA71977.1
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3740 - >5134 (+) aspartokinase
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Annotation changelog
MIBiG version Submitter Notes
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  • Migrated from v1.4
  • Updated reference publication(s) (MIBiG Annotathon)
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