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effects of colicins

SМЊmarda, Jan

effects of colicins

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Published by J.E. Purkyně University Brno, Medical Faculty in Brno .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Colicins -- Physiological effect.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementJan Šmarda.
    SeriesSborník prací Lékařské fakulty v Brně ;, 63
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQP801.C7 S62
    The Physical Object
    Pagination213 p. :
    Number of Pages213
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3913347M
    LC Control Number81479425

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A colicin is a type of bacteriocin produced by and toxic to some strains of Escherichia coli. Colicins are released into the environment to reduce competition from other bacterial ns bind to outer membrane receptors, using them to translocate to the cytoplasm or cytoplasmic membrane, where they exert their cytotoxic effect, including depolarisation of the cytoplasmic membrane InterPro: IPR Colicins are plasmid-encoded bacteriocins, produced by Escherichia coli under stress conditions, which are cytotoxic to closely related strains that contain the required outer membrane receptor(s) but do not produce the cognate immunity protein.

Colicins were first discovered in by Gratia who showed that one strain of E. coli (“V” for virulent) released a substance found in the Cited by: 2. Allelopathic interactions mediated by bacteriocins production serve microorganisms in the never-ending battle for resources and living space.

Competition between the bacteriocin producer and sensitive populations results in the exclusion of one or the other depending on their initial frequencies, the structure of their habitat, their community density and their nutrient : Lusine Ghazaryan, Itamar Giladi, Osnat Gillor.

In this study we used colicins that kill competing strains through one of a variety of mechanisms, i.e., by nucleic acid degradation. In a previous study, we established that the production rates of these colicins vary among producers.

Here, we used an experimental model effects of colicins book demonstrate that in a well-mixed environment, effects of colicins book colicin Author: Lusine Ghazaryan, Itamar Giladi, Osnat Gillor.

The colicins are proteins produced by several members of the bacterial family Enterobacteriaceae that are antibiotically active against Escherichia sensitivity of Escherichia coli to colicins requires the presence of a specific colicin receptor on the cell surface.

Different colicins adsorb to different receptors, effects of colicins book evidenced by the fact that bacterial effects of colicins book can be isolated that Cited by: 2. Abstract. Colicins have not only bactericidal but also cytocidal effects: they inhibit and kill animal tissue cells in vitro (Smarda, ); the sensitivity of tumour cells is a effects of colicins book remarkable feature.

The colicins used by us were produced as purified effects of colicins book lyophilized substances by Cited by: 3. The major lethal effects of the colicins are exerted through pore formation and intracellular nuclease activity.

High-resolution x-ray structures of four colicins and x-ray/NMR structures of four C-terminal domains encoding cytotoxic function are known. The colicins are protein compounds produced by, and active against, Escherichia coli and others members of Effects of colicins book family.

At least 34 different colicins have been described and found. The Bacteriocins: Current Knowledge and Future Prospects (Book) The Evolutionary Histories of Clinical and Environmental SHV β-Lactamases effects of colicins book Intertwined; The Phenotypic and Fitness Effects of Colicin Resistance in Escherichia coli K; The dual role of bacteriocins as anti- and probiotics.

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We investigated colicins, nonantibiotic antimicrobial proteins produced by certain E. coli strains and active against other Cited by: You mention lysogeny in chapter 8, what about random insertions in the human genome by lentiviruses (one need wait until the end of the book as mentioned) and insertional mutagenesis; there is no use of the word tropism.

Ch 9 mentions antibiotics, what about colicins. Is cryophile a more apt word for cold-attuned bacteria?/5(4). Author(s): Schön,E; Mandlíková,Z Title(s): The changing effects of colicins book of antibiotic resistance in Shigella sonnei strains isolated during outbreaks of dysentery/ E.

Schön, Z. Mandlíková. There are limited data on the effects of colicins on major foodborne E. coli strains effects of colicins book, 7, 9, 10). We demonstrate here that we were able to express most colicins in plants with very high yields (up to 30% of total soluble protein, or 3 g active protein per kg of fresh green biomass) and at manufacturing costs that would allow commercial Cited by: Colicins A, E1, E2 and E3 belong to the BtuB group of colicins.

The NH2-terminal region of colicin A is required for translocation, and defects in this region cannot be overcome by osmotic shock. Antimicrobial peptides (AMPs) are small cationic peptides which protect their hosts against bacteria, protozoa, viruses, and fungi.

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This plasmid encodes a newly identified pore-former colicin, colicin Y. DNA and protein sequence comparisons of the colicin Y gene cluster and the encoded proteins with those of published pore-former colicins provide the first evidence that positive selection may also act.

coli releases several agents but the research concentrated on colicins -- agents which subdue other E. coli strains by entering their cytoplasm and exerting a range of cytotoxic effects.

The authors considered colicin both a marker for threat-related behavior and an ideal focus because colicins are regulated by an exceedingly simple system. Noteworthy, the effects of CFSs on bacterial growth in liquid media do not predict the effects on sessile growth.

Thus, subinhibitory amounts of 10 -2 diluted CFSs from two bacteriocinogenic strains of Lactobacillus plantarum slowed down the growth of laboratory and uropathogenic strains of E. coli, but stimulated significantly the biofilm Cited by: 3.

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Colicins and other bacteriocins with established modes of action. Author(s): Konisky, J. Journal article: Annual Review of Microbiology Vol pp refCited by: (); Effects of Colicins E1 and K on Cellular Metabolism (); New Class of Conditional Colicin-tolerant Mutants (); DNA-Glucosylation in T-Even Phage: Genetic Determination and Role in Phage-Host Interaction (); The Recognition of DNA in Bacteria (); The Role of the University: Ivory Tower, Service Station, or Frontier Post Seller Rating: % positive.

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Summary A large number of mutations which introduce deletions in colicin A have been constructed. The partially deleted colicin A proteins were purified and their activity in vivo (on sensitive cells) and in vitro (in planar lipid bilayers) was assayed. The receptor‐binding properties of each protein were also analysed.

From these results, we suggest that the NH2‐terminal region of colicin. Bacteria live in dense environments where competition for space and resources is fierce. For this reason, they often use diffusible toxins to eliminate closely related strains.

Some toxins trigger systematic retaliation, raising the question of the role of provocation in bacterial warfare. We combine mathematical modeling and experiments to study the costs and benefits of by: Brand JJ, Kerfeld CA, Cramer WA, Govindjee.

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Gram-negative bacteria have evolved a complex envelope to adapt and survive in a broad range of ecological niches. This physical barrier is the first line of defense against noxious compounds and viral particles called bacteriophages.

Colicins are a family of bactericidal proteins produced by and toxic to Escherichia coli and closely related by: 2. There are several large categories of bacteriocin which are only phenomenologically related.

These include the bacteriocins from gram-positive bacteria, the colicins, the microcins, and the bacteriocins from Archaea. The bacteriocins from E.

coli are called colicins (formerly called 'colicines', meaning 'coli killers'). They are the longest InterPro: IPR We will be focussing on a specific set of bacteriocins known as colicins. Colicins are bacteriocins produced by E.

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