There is one of our bacilli
squeaking for help," said he with a grim smile.
Daughtry had inquired into the matter, and the inquiry was violent; for he had a wholesome fear of germs and bacilli
, and when the two active young men tried to run him through with their filth-corroded spears, he caught the spear of one young man under his arm and put the other young man to sleep with a left hook to the jaw.
For it was these bacteria, and germs, and microbes, and bacilli
, cultured in the laboratories of the West, that had come down upon China in the rain of glass.
The topics include the gene regulation of sporulation in Bacillus subtilis, the structure and composition of the outer layers of the bacterial spore, the degradation of spore peptidoclycan during germination, anthrax disease as a paradigm for the sport as an infectious agent, and properties and detection methods of Bacilli
spores in food and in medical settings.
that have become resistant against our major antibiotics are a serious threat to world health.
1942, "Studies on common aerobic spore forming Bacilli
staining for fat with Sudan black B stain," J.
Traditionally, the Mycobacterium tuberculosis complex comprises tubercle bacilli
of 8 distinct subgroups: M.
Bacillus anthracis (wild-type strains) are large, encapsulated, aerobic, gram-positive, catalase-positive, nonmotile bacilli
that grow well on sheep blood agar, chocolate agar, and other gram-positive selective media, but not on MacConkey agar.
Instead of protecting against TB, the bacilli
Calmette-Guerin, or BCG, vaccine may increase the risk of contracting bacilli
Calmette-Guerin disease, which may be clinically indistinguishable from TB, the study found.
Over the last several years, it has been increasingly apparent that many Gram-negative bacilli
are also displaying resistance to the remaining antimicrobics available for treatment.
He provides a comparative analysis of the genomes of extremophilic bacilli
with other phylogenetically related non-extremophilic bacilli
, including B.
We suggest that exposure of feathers to sunlight during sunning may inactivate or inhibit feather-degrading bacilli
thereby limiting the damage such bacteria cause to the plumage of birds (Burtt and Ichida 1999, Muza et al.