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Bacillus Cereus

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Deadly infection outbreak in Wisconsin gaining urgency
Dolan discovered an outbreak of a deadly bacillus cereus bacterium in Colorado in 2010. She and her team at Children's Hospital Colorado found the bacterium had contaminated alcohol wipes. It started with just a few cases of children quickly becoming ...
Lifestyle switching – Bacillus cereus is able to resist certain antibiotic
The bacterium B. cereus had so far been considered to be exclusively endospore-forming. In response to harsh conditions, the bacteria form protective endospores enabling them to remain dormant for extended periods.
Healthcare standard can benefit all sectors
The European standard EN14065 was designed to provide a unified approach to microbiological cleanliness in the healthcare sector, but it also has implications for other laundry markets. Richard Neale of LTC Worldwide explains ...
The Number of Food Poisoning Cases Caused by Bacillus cereus is on the Rise
Bacillus cereus is shown under the microscope. The white inclusions in the rod-shaped bacteria are spores capable of withstanding high temperatures. Image courtesy of H.
Temperature control: Bacillus cereus cases on rise
Bacillus cereus bacteria is one of the potential causes of food poisoning.

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