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"Bacillus cereus"



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  1. Remedios para la fibrosis quísticaTreatment
    y consumir sus semillas, ya que tiene una acción antibacteriana significativa sobre Staphylococcus aureus, Bacillus cereus, Escherichia coli , Pseudomonas aeruginosa y Shigella flexneri. RemedioRead more
  2. photo Cuidado: Você Pode Estar Envenenando-se ao Reaquecer Estes Cinco AlimentosCuidado: Você Pode Estar Envenenando-se ao Reaquecer Estes Cinco AlimentosNews
    com a forma como o arroz foi armazenado antes do reaquecimento. O arroz, por vezes, pode conter esporos de bactérias conhecidas como Bacillus cereus, que podem causar intoxicação alimentar, e estes esporosRead more
  3. photo 3,000 different bacteria strains live on U.S. dollar bills3,000 different bacteria strains live on U.S. dollar billsNews
    microorganisms have not yet had their genomes catalogued. Among those identified, the most common bacterial species was one responsible for acne. Other species identified included Bacillus cereus (which causesRead more
  4. REISHIRArticle
    são: HSV-1, HSV-2, influenzavirus, estomatite vesicular. Outros micro-organismos sensíveis a Ganoderma': Aspergillus niger, Bacillus cereus, Candida albicans, e Escherichia coli. Remédio anti-cancerfgenoRead more
  5. photo The power of cacao explainedThe power of cacao explainedNews
    and providing a natural antidepressant benefit. ()The flavonoids in cacao are potent as well. They were shown by a Spanish study to have a bactericidal effect on Bacillus cereus. Another study showed themRead more
  6. photo Beware: You could be poisoning yourself by reheating these five foodsBeware: You could be poisoning yourself by reheating these five foodsNews
    . They explain that the reheating itself is not the culprit; it actually has to do with how the rice was stored prior to reheating. Rice can sometimes contain spores of bacteria known as Bacillus cereus, which canRead more

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Bacillus cereus

Disease

Bacillus cereus is an endemic, soil-dwelling, Gram-positive, rod-shaped, motile, beta hemolytic bacterium. Some strains are harmful to humans and cause foodborne illness, while other strains can be beneficial as probiotics for animals. It is the cause of "fried rice syndrome", as the bacteria are classically contracted from fried rice dishes that have been sitting at room temperature for hours...More