lantibiotic

lantibiotic

(lan-tĭ-bī-ot'ik),
A classification of proteins synthesized by bacteria with antibiotic activity.

lantibiotic

(lan′tī-bī-ŏt-ĭk)
Any peptide antibiotic whose chemical structure includes a bridge maintained by the rare amino acid lanthionine. Subtilin and nisin are examples of lantibiotics.
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Additionally, the company amended its two exclusive channel collaboration agreements and related stock issuance agreements, with Intrexon for its Oral Mucositis and Lantibiotic programs to consolidate the development milestone payments into one payment within six months after the Food and Drug Administration approval for each separate programme.
Salivaricin 9, a new lantibiotic produced by Streptococcus salivarius.
2011) Sublancin is not a lantibiotic but an S-linked glycopeptide.
Streptococcus macedonicus ACADC 198 produces the lantibiotic, macedocin, at temperature and pH conditions that prevail during cheese manufacture.
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23] also reported a new gene cluster for the lantibiotic streptin that is possibly involved in SLS formation.
The study titled "Genome Sequence of the Lantibiotic Bacteriocin Producer Streptococcus Salivarius Strain K12" was published in the Journal of Bacteriology (2012).
The naturally occurring lantibiotic - a peptide produced by a harmless bacteria - is the first natural preservative found to kill gram-negative bacteria, typically the harmful kind.
2006, "Streptococcus macedonicus ACA-DC 198 produces the lantibiotic, macedocin, at temperature and pH conditions that prevail during cheese manufacture," Int.
These include novel promising lantibiotic candidates in pre-clinical testing for the treatment of Gram-positive infections including MRSA and novel broad spectrum bacteriocins for the treatment of both Gram-positive and Gram-negative infections.
ASSEMBLY OF THE LANTIBIOTIC MUTACIN 1140 IN MEMBRANES
A selection of the extensive chapter titles reads: Lactic acid bacteria and bacteriocins - their practical importance; Taxonomy of lactic acid bacteria; Genetics and protein engineering of nisin; Lacticin 481, a lantibiotic produced by Lactococcus lactis; Lactococcins, bacteriocins of Lactococcus lactis; Bacteriocins and bacteriocin-like substances from Lactobacillus; Lactacin F, a small hydrophobic heat-stable bacteriocin; Lactocin S, a lanthionine-containing bacteriocin isolated from Lactobacillus sake L45; Bacteriocins of Pediococcus; Bacteriocins produced by Leuconostoc species; Bacteriocins produced by Streptococcus thermophilus; Bacteriocins of Enterococcus; and Enterocin 1146, a bacteriocin produced by Enterococcus faecium DPC 1146.