Summary of Caulobacter crescentus, Strain CB15, version 19.1

Authors: Pedro Romero1, Peter D Karp1, Alison Hottes2, William Lee2, Michael Laub2, Amit Puniyani2, Michelle L Green1, Ron Caspi1

1SRI International, 2Stanford University

The primary data source for this dataset was the full genome sequence of Caulobacter crescentus [Nierman01] , derived from Genbank accession AE005673. This dataset was derived computationally using the PathoLogic program [Karp99].

This work was performed as a collaboration of SRI International and Stanford University under the Stanford Microbial Cell project -- see

Taxonomic lineage: cellular organisms , Bacteria , Proteobacteria , Alphaproteobacteria , Caulobacterales , Caulobacteraceae , Caulobacter , Caulobacter vibrioides , Caulobacter crescentus CB15

Unification Links: GOLD:0000729 , NCBI-Taxonomy:190650

Organism or Sample Properties
Relationship To Oxygenobligate-aerobe
Trophic Leveloligotroph
Temperature Rangemesophile
Biotic Relationshipfree-living

RepliconTotal GenesProtein GenesRNA GenesPseudogenesSize (bp)NCBI Link

Enzymatic Reactions:1462
Transport Reactions:63
Protein Complexes:74
Transcription Units:2632

Genetic Code Number:
11 -- Bacterial and Plant Plastid (same as Standard, except for alternate initiation codons)

PGDB Unique ID: 1

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Karp99: Karp PD, Krummenacker M, Paley S, Wagg J (1999). "Integrated pathway-genome databases and their role in drug discovery." Trends Biotechnol 17(7);275-81. PMID: 10370234

Nierman01: Nierman WC, Feldblyum TV, Laub MT, Paulsen IT, Nelson KE, Eisen JA, Heidelberg JF, Alley MR, Ohta N, Maddock JR, Potocka I, Nelson WC, Newton A, Stephens C, Phadke ND, Ely B, DeBoy RT, Dodson RJ, Durkin AS, Gwinn ML, Haft DH, Kolonay JF, Smit J, Craven MB, Khouri H, Shetty J, Berry K, Utterback T, Tran K, Wolf A, Vamathevan J, Ermolaeva M, White O, Salzberg SL, Venter JC, Shapiro L, Fraser CM, Eisen J (2001). "Complete genome sequence of Caulobacter crescentus." Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 98(7);4136-41. PMID: 11259647

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