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Interestingly, direct repeats referred to as potential binding sites for response regulator dimers have been reported upstream from the promoters of the different operons involved in the production of several inducible bacteriocin promoters, suggesting a common positive mechanism of regulation for bacteriocin production . Such a regulatory operon, encoding an inducer peptide (plantaricin A), a histidine protein kinase with six transmembrane domains (PlnB) and two regulatory proteins (PlnC and PlnD) has been reported for plantaricin A [49, 134].
Furthermore, they also contained a proteolytic processing site, identical or comparable to the double-glycine cleavage site of class II non-lantibiotic peptides [21, 40, 146]. It is therefore likely that the processing and secretion mechanism of the class IAII lantibiotics more 44 E. Sablon et al. closely resembles that of the non-lantibiotics. In agreement with this model, an ABC transporter including the N-terminal proteolytic domain was encoded in the lactococcin DR (LctT) and cytolysin (CylT) operons, indicating that they share a common mechanism of export with the non-lantibiotic, double-glycine type leader peptide bacteriocins [118, 122].
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Advances in Biochemical Engineering Biotechnology New Products and New Areas of Bioprocess Engineering by M. Berovic, B. Contreras, M. Dueser, N. Krieger, M. Menge, D.A. Mitchel, J. Mukherjee, K.S.M.S. Raghavarao, E. Sablon, K. Schuegerl, P. Todd, E. Vandamme