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Summary of Mycobacterium tuberculosis, Strain H37Rv, version 19.1

Authors: Pedro Romero, SRI International; Rowan Morris, Stanford University; Peter Karp, SRI International; Gary Schoolnik, Stanford University; Shubhada Godbole, UT Southwestern Medical Center/BioHealthBase BRC; Richard Scheuermann, UT Southwestern Medical Center/BioHealthBase BRC

Summary:
The primary data source for this dataset was the full genome sequence of Mycobacterium tuberculosis strain H37Rv, derived from Genbank entry AL123456. This dataset was derived computationally using the PathoLogic program [Karp99].

This dataset was created as a collaboration between SRI International and Stanford University and was funded by DARPA under contract N66001-01-C-8011 and by NIH National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases under grant AI44826.

Taxonomic lineage: cellular organisms , Bacteria , Actinobacteria , Actinobacteria , Actinobacteridae , Actinomycetales , Corynebacterineae , Mycobacteriaceae , Mycobacterium , Mycobacterium tuberculosis complex , Mycobacterium tuberculosis , Mycobacterium tuberculosis H37Rv

Unification Links: GOLD:0006601 , NCBI-Taxonomy:83332

Organism or Sample Properties
Relationship To Oxygenaerobe
Trophic Levelheterotroph
Temperature Rangemesophile
Biotic Relationshipsymbiont
Pathogenicityhuman

RepliconTotal GenesProtein GenesRNA GenesPseudogenesSize (bp)NCBI Link
H37Rv Chromosome396939185004,411,529
Genes without a physical map position:3

Pathways:197
Enzymatic Reactions:886
Transport Reactions:47
Polypeptides:3960
Protein Complexes:53
Enzymes:675
Transporters:27
Compounds:755
Transcription Units:2509
tRNAs:45

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

PGDB Unique ID: 1G

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References

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


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