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Table 4 List of proteins identified on the surface of L. rhamnosus GG that have been associated with adhesion to cell lines, mucin and extracellular matrix components

From: Influence of fermentation conditions on the surface properties and adhesion of Lactobacillus rhamnosus GG

Protein names Strain Site of adhesion Reference Mass kDa
10 kDa chaperonin Staph. aureus NT* [50] 10
30S ribosomal protein L. rhamnosus GG NT [49] 47
50S ribosomal protein Strep. pyogenes NT [51] 12
60 kDa chaperonin ( GroEL) L. johnsonii Human intestinal cells and mucus [52] 57
Aminopeptidase C L. rhamnosus GG NT [49, 53] 51
Cell division protein Staph. aureous NT [50] 78
Elongation factor Tu L. plantarum Porcine mucin; Caco-2 cells [16, 42] 44
Endopeptidase O L. rhamnosus GG NT [49] 73
Enolase L. plantarum Fibronectin [54] 47
GAPDH L. plantarum Porcine mucin; Caco-2 cells [16, 42, 49] 37
GMP synthase L. plantarum Porcine mucin [16] 58
Phosphoglycerate kinase L. rhamnosus GG NT [49] 42
Trigger factor L. plantarum Porcine mucin [16] 50
Triosephosphate isomerase L. rhamnosus GG NT [49] 27
  1. NT*: not tested.