Chemistry of food Packaging by Swalm C.M. (ed.)

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II) A non-lantibiotic group of small heat-resistant peptides with a molecular mass <10 kDa. These bacteriocins are formed exclusively by unmodified amino acids, ribosomally synthesised as inactive prepeptides that are activated by posttranslational cleavage of the N-terminal leader peptide. They contain the sequence -Tyr-Gly-Asn-Gly-Val-Xaa-Cys. , pediocin. • Subclass IIb are bacteriocins formed by two peptides, such as lactococcin G. • Subclass IIc are small peptides which are transported by leader peptides.

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