Bacillus subtilis


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Ba·cil·lus sub·ti·lis

The species name subtilis is correctly pronounced sub-tī'lis.
a bacterial species found in soil and decomposing organic matter; some strains produce the antibiotic subtilin, subtenolin, or bacillomycin; it has been associated with human infections primarily of immunocompromised patients, and with food poisoning. It is the type species of the genus Bacillus.
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The strain identified as Bacillus subtilis was confirmed by Institute of microbiology, University of Agriculture Faisalabad.
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The 16S rDNA sequences of RBS were aligned using the NCBI-BLAST database, indicating that it is 98% homologous to the sequence of Bacillus subtilis strain GH38 (Figure 4).
The genus Bacillus only was represented with one species and was named as Bacillus subtilis (two isolates AAUBT9A and AAUBT10B).
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