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Bacteriocins, Microcins and Lantibiotics

  • Richard James
  • Claude Lazdunski
  • Franc Pattus

Part of the NATO ASI Series book series (volume 65)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages I-XI
  2. Introduction to the Microcin Session

    1. Roberto Kolter, Felipe Moreno
      Pages 1-2
  3. Escherichia coli genes regulating the production of microcins MCCB17 and MCCC7

    1. F. Moreno, J. L. San-Millán, I. del Castillo, J. M. Gómez, M. C. Rodríguez-Sáinz, J. E. González-Pastor et al.
      Pages 3-13
  4. Uptake and Mode of Action of the Peptide Antibiotic Microcin B17

    1. C. Hernández-Chico, O. Mayo, J. L. Vizán, M. Laviña, F. Moreno
      Pages 15-17
  5. The Structure and Maturation Pathway of Microcin B17

    1. Peter Yorgey, Jonathan Lee, Roberto Kolter
      Pages 19-31
  6. Bacteriocins of Gram-Positive Bacteria: An Opinion Regarding their Nature, Nomenclature and Numbers

  7. Molecular Properties of Lactobacillus Bacteriocins

    1. T. R. Klaenhammer, C. Ahn, C. Fremaux, K. Milton
      Pages 37-58
  8. Lactococcal Bacteriocins: Genetics and Mode of Action

    1. M. J. van Belkum, B. J. Hayema, J. Kok, G. Venema, H. Holo, I. F. Nes et al.
      Pages 59-69
  9. Introduction to the Lantibiotics Session

  10. Lantibiotics : An Overview and Conformational Studies on Gallidermin and Pep5

  11. Biosynthesis of the Lantibiotic Pep5 and Mode of Action of Type a Lantibiotics

  12. Identification of Genes Involved in Lantibiotic Biosynthesis

    1. K.-D. Entian, C. Klein, C. Kaletta
      Pages 107-116
  13. Pore Forming Bacteriocins

    1. D. Baty, F. Pattus, A. Finkelstein
      Pages 117-118
  14. In Vivo Properties of Colicin A: Channel Activity and Translocation

    1. L. Letellier, C. Lazdunski, H. Benedetti, J. P. Bourdineaud, P. Boulanger
      Pages 119-125
  15. Site-Directed Fluorescence Spectroscopy as a Tool to Study the Membrane Insertion of Colicin A

    1. J. H. Lakey, D. Baty, JM González-Mañas, D. Duché, F. Pattus
      Pages 127-138
  16. Structure-Function of the Colicin E1 Ion Channel: Voltage-Driven Translocation and Gating of a Tetra- (or Hexa-) Helix Channel

    1. W. A. Cramer, F. S. Cohen, C. V. Stauffacher, Y.-L. Zhang, A. R. Merrill, H. Y. Song et al.
      Pages 139-150
  17. Voltage-Dependent Gating of Colicin E1 Channels in Planar Bilayers

    1. S. L. Slatin, K. S. Jakes, C. K. Abrams, A. Finkelstein
      Pages 151-162
  18. Immunity to Colicins

    1. Karen S. Jakes, Claude Lazdunski
      Pages 163-170
  19. Immunity Protein to Pore Forming Colicins

    1. Vincent Géli, Claude Lazdunski
      Pages 171-179
  20. Specificity determinants for the interaction of colicin E9 with its immunity protein

    1. R. James, M. D. Curtis, R. Wallis, M. Osborne, C. Kleanthous, G. R. Moore
      Pages 181-201
  21. Structural studies on colicin E3 and its immunity protein

  22. Study of the Import Mechanisms of Colicins through Protein Engineering and K+ Efflux Kinetics

    1. Hélène Bénédetti, Lucienne Letellier, Roland Lloubès, Vincent Géli, Daniel Baty, Claude Lazdunski
      Pages 215-223
  23. Import and Export of Colicin M

    1. V. Braun, S. Gaisser, C. Glaser, R. Harkness, T. Ölschäger, J. Mende
      Pages 225-242
  24. TolA: Structure, Location and Role in the Uptake of Colicins

    1. Robert E. Webster, Sharyn K. Levengood
      Pages 243-253
  25. Domains of the Escherichia Coli BtuB Protein Involved in Outer Membrane Association and Interaction with Colicin Translocation Components

  26. A Structure-Function Analysis of BtuB, the E.Col. Vitamin B12 Outer Membrane Transport Protein

    1. R. J. Ward, S. E. Hufton, N. A. C. Bunce, A. J. P. Fletcher, R. E. Glass
      Pages 271-296
  27. General Introduction to the Secretion of Bacteriocins

    1. D. Cavard, B. Oudega
      Pages 297-305
  28. Functioning of the pCLODF13 Encoded BRP

    1. J. Luirink, O. Mol, B. Oudega
      Pages 307-316
  29. Structure/Function Relationships in the Signal Sequence of the Colicin A Lysis Protein

  30. The Secretion of Colicin V

    1. Michael J. Fath, Rachel Skvirsky, Lynne Gilson, Hare Krishna Mahanty, Roberto Kolter
      Pages 331-348
  31. Introduction to the Session on the Evolution of Bacteriocins

  32. Molecular evolution of E colicin plasmids with emphasis on the endonuclease types

    1. Peter C. K. Lau, Michael Parsons, Tai Uchimura
      Pages 353-378
  33. Immunity Specificity and Evolution of the Nuclease-Type E Colicins

    1. H. Masaki, S. Yajima, A. Akutsu-Koide, T. Ohta, T. Uozumi
      Pages 379-395
  34. Replicon evolution of COLE2-related plasmids

    1. T. Itoh, S. Hiraga
      Pages 397-411
  35. Manuscripts of poster presentations

    1. Y. Héchard, C. Jayat, F. Letellier, M. H. Ratinaud, R. Julien, Y. Cenatiempo
      Pages 421-426
    2. Frank J. M. van de Ven, Henno W. van den Hooven, Cornelis W. Hilbers, Ruud N. H. Konings
      Pages 435-447
    3. Helena Rintala, Lars Paulin, Tytti Graeffe, Tiina Immonen, Per E. J. Saris
      Pages 463-472
    4. H. M. Dodd, N. Horn, S. Swindell, M. J. Gasson
      Pages 473-477
    5. M. Kageyama, M. Kobayashi, Y. Sano, T. Uozumi, H. Masaki
      Pages 503-504
    6. J. Smarda
      Pages 505-510
  36. Back Matter
    Pages 511-524

About these proceedings

Keywords

Bacteriocins Bakteriozine Colicins Colizine Immunity Lantibiotics Lantibiotika Microcins Mikrozine Toxine, bakterielle Toxins, bacterial

Editors and affiliations

  • Richard James
    • 1
  • Claude Lazdunski
    • 2
  • Franc Pattus
    • 3
  1. 1.School of Biological SciencesUniversity of East AngliaNorwich, NorfolkUK
  2. 2.Centre National de la Recherche ScientifiqueCentre de Biochimie et de Biologie MoléculaireMarseille Cédex 9France
  3. 3.European Molecular Biology LaboratoryHeidelbergGermany

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-76974-0
  • Copyright Information Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 1992
  • Publisher Name Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg
  • eBook Packages Springer Book Archive
  • Print ISBN 978-3-642-76976-4
  • Online ISBN 978-3-642-76974-0
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