cecropin


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cecropin

(səˈkrəʊpɪn)
n
an antimicrobial peptide originally derived from an American moth
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In vitro microbicidal activities of cecropin peptides D2A21 and D4E1 and gel formulations containing 0.
ni based on antimicrobial peptide gene transcription was determined by testing attacin, cecropin, gloverin, lebocin, lysozyme, peptidoglycan recognition protein (PGRP), gallerimycin, and defensin (Tamez-Guerra et al.
Inducible resistance of fish bacterial pathogens to the antimicrobial peptide cecropin B.
2003) reported that the activity of cecropin A-melittin was enhanced when combined with antibiotics against MRSA.
N-terminal analogues of cecropin A: synthesis, antibacterial activity, and conformational properties.
Transmission Electron Microscopic observations of membrane effects of antibiotic Cecropin B on Escherichia coli.
Immune peptides, including defensin, cecropin and gambicin are well-characterised at both the biochemical and molecular levels from Aedes, Anopheles and Culex.
D-enantiomers of 15-residue cecropin a-melittin hybrids.
Polymyxin B-Resistant Acinetobacter baumannii Clinical Isolate Susceptible to Recombinant BPI and Cecropin P1.
His topic of Dissertation was Insertion of Cecropin A and FhuA variants reconstitution in polymeric membranes.
His topic of Dissertation was "Insertion of Cecropin A and FhuA variants reconstitution in polymeric membranes".