Summary: S-type Pyocin
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This family represents a conserved region approximately 180 residues long within bacterial S-type pyocins. Pyocins are polypeptide toxins produced by, and active against, bacteria. S-type pyocins cause cell death by DNA breakdown due to endonuclease activity .
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InterPro entry IPR016128
This entry represents a structural domain with a complex fold made of several coiled beta-sheets. This domain is found at the N-terminal of both colicin E3 and colicin B, and acts as a translocation domain. It also occurs in S-type pyocin. Both pyocin and cloacin are bacteriocins, protein antibiotics that kill bacteria closely related to the producing species. Colicins are a subgroup of bacteriocins that are produced by and target Escherichia coli. The lethal action of most colicins is exerted either by formation of a pore in the cytoplasmic membrane of the target cell, or by an enzymatic nuclease digestion mechanism [PUBMED:12409205].
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|Biological process||pathogenesis (GO:0009405)|
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A number of different bacterial species produce bacteriocins to kill competitor species, and the colicin class is a group of complex three-domain structures. The receptor-binding domain recognises and binds to specific cell surface receptors on the target cells; the N-terminal translocation domain interacts with cell membrane proteins to gain access to the cell interior; the C-terminal domain specifies a killing activity, such as pore formation or nuclease activity. This superfamily is a collection of the translocating domains.
The clan contains the following 2 members:Cloacin Pyocin_S
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|Seed source:||Pfam-B_20020 (release 10.0)|
|Author:||Vella Briffa B|
|Number in seed:||39|
|Number in full:||258|
|Average length of the domain:||134.20 aa|
|Average identity of full alignment:||31 %|
|Average coverage of the sequence by the domain:||24.52 %|
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|Family (HMM) version:||7|
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