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Table 1 Documented leaderless genes in S. coelicolor A3(2)

From: Leaderless genes in bacteria: clue to the evolution of translation initiation mechanisms in prokaryotes

Gene name Sequence upstream of TIS1 Probability2 Ref.
absA CGCTCTTG TAGCGT GC TGGAA TG 0.95 [52]
devA CGAAGTTGTAGCGTTT GGTCG TG 0.93 [53]
fabD CCTCAAGAGAGAGTGT GAGAG TG 0.51 [54]
furA CAGGGAG TAGGTT CG CCGCCA TG 0.80 [55]
KbpA GACGCGGT TACTTT GA CGGCA TG 0.93 [56]
malR GACAGG TACAGT CC ACCCCTG TG 0.63 [57]
phoRP GCCGTGCC TAACCT GG AGACA TG 0.91 [58]
vanH GAGGCGCCTTGAATAG AGGCA TG 0.27 [59]
vanK CCGCCGCCTTGACTGG GGGCA TG 0.78 [59]
vanR CGACTCGTAATCTCG ACACCA TG 0.85 [59]
ptsH CACCTGAAGGGCAGCAT CACATG 0.00 [20]
sigJ GCCTCGGGTAG AAAATCCACA TG 0.03 [21]
whiH TCGGCGCCGACAA AGGATGC GTG 0.09 [19]
  1. 1The last three characters are triplet for start codons, experimentally determined TSSs are bold, and the most-likely Pribnow boxs are italic. The -10 promoters proposed in literature, if available, are underlined.
  2. 2The probability that a gene is a leaderless gene regulated by σ70 was calculated by Eq. 5.