Enterocin CRL35 of 58 aas, MunA. Class II bacteriocins are unmodified membrane-active peptides that act over a narrow spectrum of target bacteria. They bind a specific receptor protein on the membrane to form a pore, leading to membrane permeabilization and cell death. The specific receptor acts as a docking molecule, not as a structural part of the pore, but the bacteriocin must be anchored to the membrane (Ríos Colombo et al. 2019). The ABC efflux porter is MunB (TC# 3.A.1.112.11). The enterocin CR35 immunity protein is MunC (98 aas; possibly 2 TMSs; Q6TGQ5).
|Protein Name:||Enterocin CRL35|
|Species:||Enterococcus mundtii  |
1: MKKLTSKEMA QVVGGKYYGN GVSCNKKGCS VDWGKAIGII GNNSAANLAT GGAAGWKS