colicins
Bacterial exotoxins (bacteriocins) that affect other bacteria. Colicins E2 and E3 are AB toxins with DNAase and RNAase activity respectively. Most other colicins are channel-forming transmembrane peptides. Coded on plasmids which can be transferred at conjugation.

Dictionary of molecular biology. 2004.

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