Bacillus Cereus Infection

Bacillus Cereus is a gram-positive bacteria that is the cause of some foodborne illnesses and leads to diarrhea and vomiting. Discover the latest research on Bacillus Cereus Infection here.

January 15, 2022

Pathogenic Impacts of Bacillus cereus Strains on Crassostrea gigas.

Foodborne Pathogens and Disease
Najla HaddajiRidha Mzoughi
January 12, 2022
Open Access

Multiple Antimicrobial Effects of Hybrid Peptides Synthesized Based on the Sequence of Ribosomal S1 Protein from Staphylococcus aureus.

International Journal of Molecular Sciences
Sergey V KravchenkoOxana V Galzitskaya
January 11, 2022
Preprint
Open Access

Phylogenetic and protein prediction analysis reveals the taxonomically diverse distribution of virulence factors in the Bacillus cereus group

BioRxiv : the Preprint Server for Biology
M. ZhangL. Zhang
January 9, 2022
Open Access

Sustainable phyto-fabrication of silver nanoparticles using Gmelina arborea exhibit antimicrobial and biofilm inhibition activity.

Scientific Reports
Smitha ChandrasekharanSomika Bhatnagar
January 8, 2022
Open Access

Bacillus cytotoxicus Genomics: Chromosomal Diversity and Plasmidome Versatility.

Frontiers in Microbiology
Nancy FayadJacques Mahillon
January 5, 2022

Antibiofilm effect of probiotic lactic acid bacteria against Bacillus spp obtained from the ocular surface.

European Review for Medical and Pharmacological Sciences
B AkovaM Kıvanç
December 24, 2021

Synthesis, structure, properties and antimicrobial activity of para trifluoromethyl phenylboronic derivatives.

Bioorganic Chemistry
Agnieszka Adamczyk-WoźniakDorota Wieczorek
December 22, 2021

Control of Bacillus weihenstephanensis in Pasteurized Liquid Whole Eggs Formulated with Nisin.

Journal of Food Protection
Subash Shrestha, Upasana Hariram
December 15, 2021
Open Access

Metabolic profiling reveals nutrient preferences during carbon utilization in Bacillus species.

Scientific Reports
James D ChangAnthony W Maresso
December 4, 2021

3-Imino derivative-sulfahydantoins: Synthesis, in vitro antibacterial and cytotoxic activities and their DNA interactions.

Bioorganic Chemistry
Ceren BaşkanBelgin Sırıken
December 3, 2021
Case Report

Polymicrobial native valve endocarditis due to Bacillus cereus and Cardiobacterium hominis.

BMJ Case Reports
Sherin MeledathuGary Simon
December 3, 2021

First report of a disease caused by Bacillus cereus in cultured loach Paramisgurnus dabryanus.

Diseases of Aquatic Organisms
Zhang LuoXiaohui Bai
December 2, 2021

In vitro study of antimicrobial activity of some plant seeds against bacterial strains causing food poisoning diseases.

Brazilian Journal of Biology = Revista Brasleira De Biologia
A A Abu-ZaidH Hamdi

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