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The sequence of 16S rRNA genes revealed that the closest phylogenetic neighbor of one and 6a is Bacillus cerusus, with 99% similarity of nucleotide sequence.
Similar trend was reported in Bacillus licheniformis and Bacillus subtilis (Rao, and Narasu, 2007; Younis et al.
The Bacillus Food Grade Expression System was created to make the advantages of a Bacillus expression system also accessible to areas where antibiotic resistance gene markers are prohibited (e.
Molecular identification by 16S RNA gene analysis indicated that most of the isolated strains are bacilli belong mainly to members of Bacillus cereus group, B.
The FTIR spectroscopic results obtained for strain Bacillus sp.
Bacillus and pseudomonas are considered tow of the most important ubiquities genera of bacteria which are naturally present in soil and surfaces of plants.
Key words: Anthrax, Bacillus anthracis Sterne strain, 16S rRNA, molecular characterization, sequencing, phylogenetic analysis
Studies of glacial ice-cores have found the presence of these bacillus species all over the world, dating back as far as 20-thousand years ago.
The etiology of anthrax, based on the life history of Bacillus anthracis [in German].
The aim of the present study was to identify some culture conditions that support avicelase production by Bacillus sp.
The extrapolymeric substance (EPS) produced by Bacillus subtilis and Bacillus licheniformis have carbohydrate components as in levan (fructan) or peptide component as in gamma polyglutamic acid (PGA) [1-5].
INTRODUCTION: The genus Bacillus is comprised of a large number of spore forming, Gram positive rods, few of which are pathogenic and a few useful for man.