lacticin NK34, Lactococcus lactis
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Ruminococcin-A (RumA) is a peptide antibiotic with post-translational modifications including thioether cross-links formed from… Expand Two variants of the two-component Lantibiotic Lichenicidin, produced by the strains B. Licheniformis VK21 and I89 (Lchα/ Lchβ and… Expand ABSTRACT Bacteriocin producers normally possess dedicated immunity systems to protect themselves from their own bacteriocins… Expand Lantibiotics are antimicrobial peptides produced by Gram-positive bacteria. Interestingly, several clinically relevant and human… Expand Lacticin NK34 is a small nisin-like bacteriocin present in the supernatants of an isolate of Lactococcus lactis from jeotgal, a… Expand Lantibiotics are small (<5 kDa), polycyclic peptides produced by gram-positive bacteria; they are also known as gram-positive… Expand Lactococcus lactis NK34, isolated from jeotgal (Korean traditional fermented fish), produces bacteriocin against bovine mastitis… Expand Lantibiotics are post‐translationally modified antimicrobial peptides which are active at nanomolar concentrations. Some… Expand The inhibitory effect of lacticin JW3, a bacteriocin produced by Lactococcus lactis JW3 isolated from cheese was examined against… Expand Strain BH5 was isolated from naturally fermented Kimchi and identified as a bacteriocin producer that has bactericidal activity… Expand