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Class I lantibiotic bacteriocin, Subtilin precursor

Accession Number:P10946
Protein Name:LANS aka SPAS aka SUB
Molecular Weight:6218.00
Species:Bacillus subtilis [1423]
Location1 / Topology2 / Orientation3: Secreted1
Substrate small molecules, electrolytes, water

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Pfam: PF02052   

Gene Ontology

GO:0005102 F:receptor binding
GO:0019835 P:cytolysis
GO:0050830 P:defense response to Gram-positive bacterium

References (10)

[1] “Structure and expression of a gene encoding the precursor of subtilin, a small protein antibiotic.”  Banerjee   2837490
[2] “The subtilin gene of Bacillus subtilis ATCC 6633 is encoded in an operon that contains a homolog of the hemolysin B transport protein.”  Chung   1735728
[3] “Analysis of genes involved in biosynthesis of the lantibiotic subtilin.”  Klein   1539969
[4] “Determination of the sequence of spaE and identification of a promoter in the subtilin (spa) operon in Bacillus subtilis.”  Chung   1400221
[5] “Genes involved in self-protection against the lantibiotic subtilin produced by Bacillus subtilis ATCC 6633.”  Klein   8085823
[6] “Subtilin, VI: the structure of subtilin.”  Gross   4154277
[7] “The peptide antibiotic subtilin acts by formation of voltage-dependent multi-state pores in bacterial and artificial membranes.”  Schueller   2471644
[8] “A novel post-translational modification of the peptide antibiotic subtilin: isolation and characterization of a natural variant from Bacillus subtilis A.T.C.C. 6633.”  Chan   8471040
[9] “Sequence-specific resonance assignment and conformational analysis of subtilin by 2D NMR.”  Chan   1547888
[10] “The antimicrobial effect of a structural variant of subtilin against outgrowing Bacillus cereus T spores and vegetative cells occurs by different mechanisms.”  Liu   8434932

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