Detail Information of small proteins related to Human Microbiomes for Family ID: 51
General Information
Family ID51
No. Members139
Small Protein Length50
Example of a Refseq homologWP_008154264.1
Associated HGT genesOrfB_Zn_ribbon, INT_ICEBs1_C_like, recomb_XerD, PHA02942, XerD, INT_Rci_Hp1_C, INT_IntI_C, DDE_Tnp_1, RecA-like_NTPases, tspaseT_teng_C, INT_C_like_1, OrfB_IS605, Phage_integrase, DNA_BRE_C, Phage_int_SAM_5, INTN1_C_like
Number of non bacterial 0
Non bacterial classification_numbe of members that were classified to itNA
RNA code p-value assigned to family0.003
number of species13
SpeciesParabacteroides johnsonii_43, Bacteroides thetaiotaomicron CAG:40_1, Parabacteroides sp. SN4_73, Bacteroides stercoris_1, Bacteroides sp. UNK.MGS-14_2, Bacteroides sp. 1_1_6_1, Bacteroides vulgatus_1, Bacteroides intestinalis_1, Parabacteroides merdae_10, Bacteroides cellulosilyticus_2, Bacteroides plebeius_1, Bacteroides sp. 14(A)_1, Prevotella copri CAG:164_1

Sample Origin
Body SitesNo. SamplesFraction
Number of homologs from non-human metagenomesNumber of different types of non-human environmentsNon human environments in which homologs exist_number of homologs

Function prediction
% of family members that are predicted to have a transmembrane domain (TMHMM)0
Is family classified as Transmembrane (TMHMM)0
% of family members that are predicted to have a signal peptide in gram+ (SignalP_v5.0)0.086330935
Is family predicted to be secreted in gram+ (SignalP_v5.0)0
% of family members that are predicted to have a signal peptide in gram- (SignalP_v5.0)0
Is family predicted to be secreted in gram- (SignalP_v5.0)0
Number of members the are transmembrane (Phobius)0
Fraction of members that are transmembrane (Phobius)0
Number of members that are secreted (Phobius)0
Fraction of members that are secreted (Phobius)0
Number of significant complete CDD hits that were assigned to family representative sequence0
PSSMs assignedNA
Domains assignedNA

PubMed ID31402174
TitleLarge-Scale Analyses of Human Microbiomes Reveal Thousands of Small, Novel Genes
AuthorsHila Sberro, Brayon J. Fremin, Soumaya Zlitni, Fredrik Edfors, Nicholas Greenfield, Michael P. Snyder, Georgios A. Pavlopoulos, Nikos C. Kyrpides, and Ami S. Bhatt
JournalCell 178, 1–15, August 22, 2019