3.4.21.96: Lactocepin

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Reaction

Endopeptidase activity with very broad specificity, although some subsite preferences have been noted, e.g. large hydrophobic residues in the P1 and P4 positions, and Pro in the P2 position. Best known for its action on caseins, although it has been shown to hydrolyse hemoglobin and oxidized insulin B chain =

Synonyms

CEP, Extracellular lactococcal proteinase, Lactococcal cell wall-associated proteinase, Lactococcal cell envelope-associated proteinase, Lactococcal proteinase, PrtP, Cell-envelope-located serine proteinase, Cell-envelope proteinase, Cell-wall-bound proteinase, Lactocepin I, Lactococcal proteinase PI, Lactococcal PI-type proteinase, Lactococcal PIII-type poteinase, Cell wall-associated serine proteinase, Lactocepin, LP151, PrtP proteinase, cell envelope associated proteinase, lactococcal cell envelope proteinase, cell envelope proteinase, cell-bound cell envelope proteinase, cell wall anchored proteinase, PrtH, PrtH2

ECTree

     3 Hydrolases
         3.4 Acting on peptide bonds (peptidases)
             3.4.21 Serine endopeptidases
                3.4.21.96 Lactocepin

General Information

General Information on EC 3.4.21.96 - Lactocepin

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GENERAL INFORMATION
ORGANISM
UNIPROT
COMMENTARY hide
LITERATURE
physiological function
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compared to wild-type, protease PrtP knockout mutants show higher bacteriocin activity that has lost its growth-medium dependence. Lack of PrtP stimulates lactococcin LcnB activity and interdependence of LcnB activity and casitone concentration is lost