alamethicin


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alamethicin

A peptide antibiotic and polyene ionophore which forms nonspecific potential gradient sensitive anion- or cation-transporting pores in plasma membranes or in artificial lipid membranes.
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Trichoderma viride cellulase induces resistance to the antibiotic pore-forming peptide alamethicin associated with changes in the plasma membrane lipid composition of tobaccoBY-2 cells.
Uridine 5'diphosphate-glucuronic acid (UDPGA) trisodium salt and alamethicin were purchased from Sigma-Aldrich (St.
coli--with a commercially available anti-Salmonella antibody and the antimicrobial peptide alamethicin.
1 and ovispirin Barrel stave Helical-bundle Alamethicin model MODES OF INTRACELLULAR KILLING Flocculation of Anionic peptides intracellular contents Alters cytoplasmic PR-39, PR-26, membrane septum indolicidin and formation microcin 25 Inhibits cell-wall Mersacidin synthesis Binds nucleic acids Buforin II and tachyplesin Inhibits nucleic-acid Pleurocidin, dermaseptin, synthesis PR-39, HNP-1, -2 and indolicidin Inhibits protein Pleurocidin, dermaseptin, synthesis PR-39, HNP-1, -2 and indolicidin Inhibits enzymatic Histatins, pyrrhocoricin, activity drosocin and apidaecin
ATPase assays) nor alamethicin (a membrane-permeabilizing agent) had any effect on the total [Na.
All major branches of chemistry were represented, covering topics from alamethicin to zeolites, from cyclodextrin to circular dichroism, and from the synthesis of Bao Gong Ten (by Vinh C.