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Term:bacteriocin immunity
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Definition:A process that mediates resistance to a bacteriocin: any of a heterogeneous group of polypeptide antibiotics that are secreted by certain bacterial strains and are able to kill cells of other susceptible (frequently related) strains after adsorption at specific receptors on the cell surface. They include the colicins, and their mechanisms of action vary.


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  biological_process 19858
    metabolic process 12096
      secondary metabolic process 64
        toxin metabolic process 19
          bacteriocin immunity 0
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