Bacillin


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Bacillin

 

an antibiotic produced by the hay bacillus (Bacillus subtilis). Chemically, a polypeptide. It acts on gram-positive (staphylococci) and gram-negative (Escherichia coli) bacteria. It is not widely used because it is neutralized in the presence of blood proteins and serum proteins.

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subtilis produced more than 50 percent inhibition of radial growth of pathogens where in this inhibition was experimentally attributed to the release of several antifungal metabolites such as subtilin, bacitracin, bacillin and bacillomycin (Moubarak and AbdelMonaim 2011).
subtilis, where they report that the release of several antifungal metabolites such as subtilin, bacitracin, bacillin and bacillomycin have an inhibitory effect on fungal pathogens (Harman, 2000; Papavizas, 1985).
Acinethobacter, Actinobacter, Acaligenes, Arthrobacter, Bacillins, Berijerinckia, Flavobacterium, Methylosinus, Mycrobacterium, Mycococcus, Nitrosomonas, Nocardia, Penicillium, Phanerochaete, Pseudomonas, Rhizoctomia, Serratio, Trametes and Xanthofacter.