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Table 4 Main characteristics of the new MITEs identified using de novo methods

From: Improving prokaryotic transposable elements identification using a combination of de novo and profile HMM methods

Host Putative IS Family Size Copy number IR DR
M. hungatei ISHmu1 ? 136 6 15 4
T. kodakarensis ISTko3 ? 274 5 14 0
H walsbyi ISHma7 IS200/605 368 17 0 0
H walsbyi ISHwa2 IS4 237 34 17 5
H walsbyi ISHma12 IS200/605 570 13 0 0
H walsbyi ISHwa6 IS1595 165 7 25 8
M. burtonii IsMbu10 IS5 185 5 16 0
M. barkeri ISMba19 IS5 147 5 15 0
M. barkeri ISMba11 IS1634 247 23 20 6
M. mazei ISMba17 IS200/605 418 5 0 0
M. mazei ISMma9 IS630 89 5 16 0
M. acetivorans ISMac10 IS1634 249 15 18 0
M. acetivorans ISMac2 IS1182 160 14 26 4
M. acetivorans ISMma12 IS5 140 24 16 3
M. acetivorans ISMac21 ISL3 179 6 22 7
M. acetivorans ISMac15 IS5 252 12 17 0
M. acetivorans ISMac2 IS1182 169 7 25 0
N. pharaonis ISNph22 IS200/605 341 2 0 0
  1. The host genomes, the potential IS autonomous partner and its family when defined are indicated. Lenght (in bp), copy number and size of the DRs and IRs are also mentioned.