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Such nonproteinogenic amino acids are common building blocks of various secondary metabolites. The identified AORI_6197 is highly similar to AesA of Amycolatopsis japonica  which was shown to be essential for the synthesis of an unusual zinc-responsively produced chelating agent. To date, A. orientalis HCCB10007 has not been described to produce such a compound. 3 Determining the Boundaries of a Gene Cluster Clusters predicted by antiSMASH are most probably not displaying the correct boundaries, because the antiSMASH pipeline is designed to set the cluster boundaries automatically at 5, 10, or 20 kb on each side of the last signature gene, dependent on the type of gene.
By selecting a cluster, a close-up on the specific region is displayed. Here, the biosynthetic genes, regulators, and transporters are highlighted in different color codes. Furthermore, for type-I-PKS and NRPS the different domains of a module are depicted (see Note 6). For a brief functional description of the different domains and some typical tailoring enzymes see Table 1. Cluster 3 of A. orientalis HCCB10007 was chosen as an example cluster depicted in Fig. 2b. The “homologous gene cluster” section shows similar clusters from all NCBI database entries detected by antiSMASH (updated on a regular basis).