Cloacin

Known as: Cloacin DF 13, Cloacin [Chemical/Ingredient] 
A bacteriocin produced by a plasmid that can occur in several bacterial strains. It is a basic protein of molecular weight 56,000 and exists in a… (More)

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1973-2009
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2010
2010
Aiming to facilitate the accessibility of recombinant proteins produced with Escherichia coli, extracellular expression may be… (More)
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1991
1991
Of 182 wild-type human, aerobactin producer Escherichia coli strains 86.3% were insensitive to cloacin. All randomly chosen 51… (More)
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1986
1986
Monoclonal antibodies (MAb) directed against different epitopes on the equimolar complex of cloacin and immunity protein (cloacin… (More)
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1982
1982
Excretion of cloacin DF13 was studied in Escherichia coli cells harboring different CloDF13 insertion and deletion mutant… (More)
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1982
1982
Four chromosomal genes, tonA (fhuA), fhuB, tonB, and exbB, were required for the transport of iron(III)-aerobactin specified by… (More)
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1979
1979
The effect of cloacin DF13 cleavage on several functional properties of the ribosome has been studied in a translational system… (More)
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1978
1978
A bacteriocin from cells with a mutant Clo DF13 plasmid (cloacin clp03 . immunity protein complex) and a bacteriocin from cells… (More)
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1975
1975
During the interaction of cloacin DF13 and sensitive cells the cloacin molecules display different functions which can be… (More)
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1975
1975
Cloacin DF13 inhibits protein synthesis both in vivo and in vitro by inactivation of ribosomes. In this paper we describe the… (More)
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1973
1973
Adsorption of cloacin DF13 onto sensitive cells induces a leakage of potassium ions after a lag of 15–20 min. The rate of the… (More)
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