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lantibiotics

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lantibiotics

lantibiotics

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Lantibiotics: structure, biosynthesis and mode of action

Spontaneous resistance in Lactococcus lactis IL1403 to the lantibiotic lacticin 3147

Effect of leader peptide mutations on biosynthesis of the lantibiotic Pep5

Streptococcus mutans strain N produces a novel low molecular mass non-lantibiotic bacteriocin

Regulation of lantibiotic lacticin 481 production at the transcriptional level by acid pH

New Gene Cluster for Lantibiotic Streptin Possibly Involved in Streptolysin S Formation

Nucleotide sequence of the streptococcin A-FF22 lantibiotic regulon: model for production of the lantibiotic SA-FF22 by strains of Streptococcus pyogenes

Characterization of the gene cluster involved in the biosynthesis of macedocin, the lantibiotic produced by Streptococcus macedonicus

Identification of a novel two-peptide lantibiotic, Haloduracin, produced by the alkaliphile Bacillus halodurans C-125

Producer self-protection against the lantibiotic epidermin by the ABC transporter EpiFEG of Staphylococcus epidermidis Tü3298

Evidence for a role of NisT in transport of the lantibiotic nisin produced by Lactococcus lactis N8

Effect of amino acid substitutions in conserved residues in the leader peptide on biosynthesis of the lantibiotic mutacin II

Characterization of functional domains of lantibiotic-binding immunity protein, NukH, from Staphylococcus warneri ISK-1

Streptococcus rattus strain BHT produces both a class I two-component lantibiotic and a class II bacteriocin

 

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Lanthionine-containing peptide antibiotics. Type A lantibiotics (e.g. nisin, subtilin, epidermin) are flexible, elongated, amphipathic molecules which act mainly by forming pores in the bacterial cytoplasmic membrane. Type B lantibiotics (e.g. ancovenin, mersacidin, actagardine, mutacin, and duramycin) have a rigid globular shape and inhibit particular enzymes by forming a complex with their membrane-bound substrates.

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