Genome-wide searches for cis-regulatory motifs orthologous to Ruegeria pomeroyi DSS-3 in bacterial genomes
Contributors: Leong-Keat Chan, XiaoJia Tang, Shalabh Sharma, Ryan J Newton, Qin Ma, Ying Xu, and Mary Ann Moran
Contact: MA Moran, Department of Marine Sciences, University of Georgia, Marine Science Building, Athens, GA 30602-3636, USA. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org; Fax: 1-706-542-5888; Phone: 1-706-542-6481
Data submission date: October 01, 2011
Data last update date: October 01, 2011
Publication referencing this database: Manuscript in preparation
Methods summary: The program BoBro (Li et al., 2010) was used to identified cis-regulatory motifs in the 5’ DNA regulatory regions (DNA sequences up to 300 nt upstream from the transcriptional start site in the intergenic region and into the first 25 nt in the coding region) of R. pomeroyi DSS-3 genes that were transcriptionally perturbed under steady-state macronutrient limitations (Chan et al., 2012). Motifs with P-values <10-6 were considered significant (Li et al., 2010). These analyses resulted in the identification of 14 R. pomeroyi DSS-3 motifs. Using the program BoBro Based Searching/Scanning (BBS) tool, the 14 motifs were used as queries in subsequent genome-wide searches for orthologous motifs in the 5’ DNA regulatory regions associated with all protein-coding genes of 36 Roseobacter genomes, including R. pomeroyi, and in six non-Roseobacter (i.e., control) genomes: two distantly related marine bacteria in the Alphaproteobacteria lineage, two marine bacteria in Gammaproteobacteria, one marine bacterium in the Bacteroidetes lineage, and E. coli, a non-marine Gammaproteobacterium. Motif searches were considered significant if the resultant P-value was <10-7 and Z-score (Xie et al., 2005; Xie et al., 2007)>20. Bacterial genomes were downloaded from GenBank (as of May 2011).
Computational program:: BoBro and BBS are available for download at http://csbl.bmb.uga.edu/~maqin/motif_finding/. Please contact Prof. Ying Xu (email: email@example.com; website: http://csbl.bmb.uga.edu/~xyn/) for questions related to the program.
Information for downloadable files: For each queried bacterial genome, two files are available: 1) a FASTA file contains the input 5’ DNA regulatory sequences used for genome-wide motif searches, and 2) a text file contains the resultant significant motifs. Header for the 5’ DNA regulatory sequence file has locus tag and the location of the queried regulatory sequence numbered according to the actual position in the genome. Header for the resultant significant motif file has this information: Gene, locus tag; Offset, location (in nt) of the motif start site from the transcriptional start site (+, upstream; -, downstream); Pos, start location of the motif sequence numbered according to the actual position in the genome; Motif, motif sequence; Score, see (Li et al., 2010); Intergenic, queried regulatory region length; Info, locus tag and the location of the motif sequence numbered according to the actual position in the genome.
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Download Individual File (includes both text and fasta files)
|Citreicella SE45||Phaeobacter gallaeciensis 2.10||Roseovarius nubinhibens ISM|
|Dinoroseobacter shibae DFL 12||Phaeobacter sp. Y4I||Roseovarius sp. TM1035|
|Jannaschia sp. CCS1||Rhodobacterales bacterium KLH11||Roseovarius sp. 217|
|Loktanella vestfoldensis SKA53||Rhodobacterales bacterium HTCC2083||Ruegeria lacuscaerulensis ITI-1157|
|Maritimibacter alkaliphilus HTCC2654||Rhodobacterales bacterium HTCC2150||Ruegeria pomeroyi DSS-3|
|Oceanibulbus indolifex HEL45||Roseobacter denitrificans OCh 114||Ruegeria sp. TM1040|
|Oceanicola batsensis HTCC2597||Roseobacter litoralis Och 149||Ruegeria sp. Trich CH4B|
|Oceanicola granulosus HTCC2516||Roseobacter sp. AzwK-3b||Ruegeria sp. R11|
|Octadecabacter arcticus 238||Roseobacter sp. CCS2||Sagittula stellata E-37|
|Octadecabacter antarcticus 307||Roseobacter sp. GAI101||Sulfitobacter sp. EE-36|
|Pelagibaca bermudensis HTCC2601||Roseobacter sp. MED193||Sulfitobacter NAS-14.1|
|Phaeobacter gallaeciensis BS107||Roseobacter sp. SK209-2-6||Thalassiobium R2A62|
|Candidatus Pelagibacter ubique HTCC1062||Escherichia coli str. K-12 substr. MG165||Marine gamma Proteobacterium HTCC2080|
|Candidatus Puniceispirillum marinum IMCC1322||Maribacter sp. HTCC2170||Marine gamma Proteobacterium HTCC2148|
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