Delta endotoxin

delta endotoxin, N-terminal domain
Cry3Bb1 bacillus thuringiensis
Identifiers
Symbol Endotoxin_N
Pfam InterPro IPR005639
SCOP SUPERFAMILY TCDB 1.C.2
delta endotoxin
Identifiers
Symbol Endotoxin_M
Pfam InterPro IPR015790
SCOP SUPERFAMILY TCDB OPM superfamily OPM protein 1w99
Bacillus thuringiensis delta-Endotoxin, middle domain
insecticidal crystal protein cry2aa
Identifiers
Symbol Endotoxin_mid
Pfam InterPro IPR015214
SCOP SUPERFAMILY 1i5p
delta endotoxin
insecticidal crystal protein cry2aa
Identifiers
Symbol Endotoxin_C
Pfam Pfam clan InterPro IPR005638
SCOP SUPERFAMILY TCDB 1.C.2

Delta endotoxins (δ-endotoxins, also called Cry and Cyt toxins) are pore-forming toxins produced by Bacillus thuringiensis species of bacteria. They are useful for their insecticidal action.

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