Table 2.

Bacteria with cell surface moonlighting enolases and moonlighting functions

BacteriumaMoonlighting function of enolaseReference
A. hydrophilaPlasminogen binding163
B. anthracisPlasminogen binding1
Bifidobacterium spp.Plasminogen binding35
B. burgdorferiUnknown134
L. jenseniiInhibitor of Neisseria binding167
L. plantarumFibronectin binding protein/adhesin37
M. fermentansPlasminogen binding201
N. meningitidisPlasminogen binding106
P. larvaeUnknown9
S. aureusLaminin binding protein36
S. gordoniiMUC7 binding97
S. mutansSalivary mucin MG2 and plasminogen binding64
S. pneumoniaePlasminogen binding108
S. suisFibronectin binding protein/adhesin54
T. vaginalisPlasminogen binding128
  • a B. anthracis, Bacillus anthracis; M. fermentans, Mycoplasma fermentans; S. mutans, Streptococcus mutans; T. vaginalis, Trichomonas vaginalis.