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sRNA Annotations

2nd structure
(RNAfold)
sRNAG0068Get Sequence
Gene Name symR
Synonyms b4625;ECK4432;ryjC;
Position 4577858.....4577934
Length 77 bp
Strand forward
Gene Class SymR small RNA
Species Escherichia coli K12 MG1655
Evidence Inferred from experiment;Inferred from mutant phenotype;Inferred from expression pattern;
Source regulonDB

Genome position Promoter site

Structural RNA alignment
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Descriptions


            "SymR is a very stable small RNA that is encoded on the opposite strand of the symE 5' region and represses translation of symE. This effect does not appear to require either Hfq or RNase III (Kawano M,2007). SymR (RyjC) was identified in a cloning-based screen for small RNAs. SymR is expressed under all tested growth conditions and after SOS induction (Kawano M,2005). SymR: symbiotic RNA (Kawano M,2007)"
 

References

Kawano M, Aravind L, and Storz G (2007) "An antisense RNA controls synthesis of an SOS-induced toxin evolved from an antitoxin." Mol Microbiol 64 (3)  PubMed
Kawano M, Reynolds AA, Miranda-Rios J, and Storz G (2005) "Detection of 5`- and 3`-UTR-derived small RNAs and cis-encoded antisense RNAs in Escherichia coli." Nucleic Acids Res 33 (3)  PubMed

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sRNAs/Targets


sRNA Expression Profiles

TitleF plasmid induced changes in expression levels in E. coli
Citation(s)16432259;16981998;SeriesGSE1154
Samples
1:MG1655_replicate12:MG1655_replicate23:MG1655F_replicate1
4:MG1655F_replicate25:DH5alpha_replicate16:DH5alpha_replicate2
7:DH5alphaF_replicate18:DH5alphaF_replicate2
IG_2840_4574426_4584518_fwd_st
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External Database Connections

ECK120030093
5061533
EG31180
G0-10610


Department of Biological Science and Technology,

Institute of Bioinformatics National Chiao Tung University, Hsinchu, Taiwan

Contact with: bryan@mail.NCTU.edu.tw