Books+ Search Results


Bacteriocins [electronic resource] / by Qing Gu.
1st ed. 2023.
Singapore : Springer Nature Singapore : Imprint: Springer, 2023.
Physical Description
1 online resource (XI, 219 p.) 1 illus.
Local Notes
Access is available to the Yale community.
Access and use
Access restricted by licensing agreement.
This book intends to report the new results of the study of bacteriocins, from basic research to application fields. It mainly introduces the biological characteristics of bacteriocins, the relationship between their structure and function, the antibacterial mode of action, and their application as antibacterial agents in food industry, medical care, and other areas, especially their application potential in human health. This book can be used as a reference book for researchers, undergraduates, and graduated students in the professional fields of food science and engineering, bioengineering, medicine, and agriculture.
Variant and related titles
Springer ENIN.
Other formats
Printed edition:
Printed edition:
Printed edition:
Books / Online
Added to Catalog
July 26, 2023
Chapter 1 Biosynthesis, structure and function of bacteriocin
Chapter 2 Antibacterial mechanism of bacteriocin in lactic acid bacteria
Chapter 3 Characteristics of lantibiotics
Chapter 4 Genetic modification of bacteriocins
Chapter 5 Potential use of bacteriocins as antibacterial agents
Chapter 6 Application of bacteriocin in food industry
Chapter 7 Application of bacteriocin in livesock and poultry
Chapter 8 Bacteriocins of plant-related bacteria and biocontrol of plant pathogens
Chapter 9 Cytotoxicity of bacteriocins to eukaryotic cells
Chapter 10 Bacteriocins and human nutrition and health.
Also listed under
SpringerLink (Online service)

Available from:

Loading holdings.
Unable to load. Retry?
Loading holdings...
Unable to load. Retry?