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General Microbes JCM1157 Binding specificity of the lantibiotic-binding immunity protein NukH.
General Microbes JCM 1157 , JCM 11004 Enhanced production of nukacin D13E in Lactococcus lactis NZ9000 by the additional expression of immunity genes.
General Microbes JCM 1180 , JCM 5805 , JCM 5886 , JCM 11040 , JCM 16167 , JCM 20101 Spherical lactic acid bacteria activate plasmacytoid dendritic cells immunomodulatory function via TLR9-dependent crosstalk with myeloid dendritic cells.
General Microbes JCM 2257 Identification of the genes involved in the secretion and self-immunity of lacticin Q, an unmodified leaderless bacteriocin from Lactococcus lactis QU 5.
General Microbes JCM 7638 , JCM 2257 , JCM 1465 , JCM 2504 , JCM 5885 , JCM 5887 , JCM 5803 , JCM 5804 , JCM 1180 , JCM 5706 , ... Identification of Lactococcus-Specific Bacteriocins Produced by Lactococcal Isolates, and the Discovery of a Novel Bacteriocin, Lactococcin Z.
General Microbes JCM 7638 Calculation of metabolic flow of xylose in Lactococcus lactis.
General Microbes JCM 7638 Improved homo L-lactic acid fermentation from xylose by abolishment of the phosphoketolase pathway and enhancement of the pentose phosphate pathway in genetically modified xylose-assimilating Lactococcus lactis.
General Microbes JCM 7638 Kinetic modeling and sensitivity analysis of xylose metabolism in Lactococcus lactis IO-1.
General Microbes JCM 2257 Bifunctional gene cluster lnqBCDEF mediates bacteriocin production and immunity with differential genetic requirements.
General Microbes JCM 7638 Chemically defined media and auxotrophy of the prolific l-lactic acid producer Lactococcus lactis IO-1.
General Microbes JCM 5705 , JCM 5885 , JCM 5890 Lethal hydroxyl radical accumulation by a lactococcal bacteriocin, lacticin Q.
General Microbes JCM 7638 Genomic features of Lactococcus lactis IO-1, a lactic acid bacterium that utilizes xylose and produces high levels of L-lactic acid.
General Microbes JCM 5805 Lactococcus lactis subsp. lactis JCM 5805 activates natural killer cells via dendritic cells.