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Lantibiotics similar to nisin A, lactic acid bacteria which produce such lantibiotics, method for constructing such lactic acid bacteria and method for preserving foodstuffs with the aid of these lantibiotics and these lactic acid bacteria producing lantibiotics



Lantibiotics similar to nisin A, lactic acid bacteria which produce such lantibiotics, method for constructing such lactic acid bacteria and method for preserving foodstuffs with the aid of these lantibiotics and these lactic acid bacteria producing lantibiotics



PCT International Patent Application (WO 92/18633 A1): 39 pp.



A method for the development of a number of lantibiotics similar to nisin A is described. These lantibiotics differ from nisin A by substitution, deletion or insertion of one or more amino acids, such as, in particular, the naturally occurring analogue of nisin A, termed nisin Z. Lantibiotics of this type are particularly suitable for preserving foodstuffs for humans (particularly milk products) and animals.

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