Much bacillus

Much ba·cil·lus

(mūk),
an alleged non-acid-fast granular form of the tubercle bacillus; not demonstrable by the Ziehl stain, but takes a modified Gram stain; it is said to be the form present in the tuberculous skin lesion.

Much ba·cil·lus

(mūk bă-sil'ŭs)
An alleged non-acid-fast granular form of the tubercle bacillus; not demonstrable by the Ziehl stain, but takes a modified Gram stain; it is said to be the form present in the tuberculous skin lesion.

Much,

Hans C.R., German physician, 1880-1932.
Much bacillus - the form present in the tuberculous skin lesions.