Bacillus circulans

Bacillus circulans

a bacterial species found in soil that has been incriminated in human infections including septicemia, mixed abscess infections, and wound infections.

Ba·cil·lus cir·cu·lans

(bă-sil'ŭs sĕr'kyū-lanz)
A bacterial species found in soil that has been incriminated in human infections including septicemia, mixed abscess infections, and wound infections.
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Demineralization of an oil shale by Bacillus circulans ("siliceous bacteria").
Chitinase system of Bacillus circulans WL-12 and importance of chitinase Al in chitin degradation.
Bacillus circulans was reported earlier as a member in an active microbial consortium (acclimatized activated sludge) with Pseudomonas aeruginosa and two unidentified bacteria (8), but its standalone dye bioremediation potential was not investigated.
8 U/ml) while optimum pH 6 was observed for Bacillus circulans and Paenibacillus validus.
The roles of the C-terminal domain and type III domains of chitinase A1 from Bacillus circulans WL-12 in chitin degradation.
Characterization and substrate specificity of an endo-[beta]-1,4-glucanase I (Avicelase I) from an extracellular multienzyme complex of Bacillus circulans.
Eleven isolates from the silk worm were identified which included the gram positive Bacillus circulans that degrade cellulose, pectin, and starch and have impact on digestion [32].
2003) in Indian carp (Labeo rohita) using the probiotic Bacillus circulans, which was isolated from fish gut.
Yuan, T,, and et al, 2009, "A novel [beta]-mannanase with high specific activity from Bacillus circulans CGMCC1554: Gene cloning, expression and enzymatic characterization," Appl.
1990 Chitinase system of Bacillus circulans WL-12 and importance of chitinase A1 in chitin degradation J Bacteriol 172 (7): 4017-4022
Esta enzima, geralmente extracelular, e produzida por varios tipos de microrganismos, como Thermoanaerohacterium, Klebsiella oxytoca e algumas especies de Bacillus, como Bacillus macerans, Bacillus circulans, Bacillus megaterium, Bacillus firmus e Bacillus lentus (CAO et al.

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