Bacillus thuringiensis Details: NCBI 1428, low G+C gram-positive [species]

| "Bacillus cereus var. thuringiensis" Smith et al. 1952| ATCC 10792| Bacillus cereus var. thuringiensis| Bacillus sp. B1(2015b)| Bacillus sp. BHR1P2B1S| Bacillus sp. CHR1P1B2| Bacillus sp. DPC6431| Bacillus sp. GIBC-Kohala| Bacillus sp. JB| Bacillus sp. TB161| Bacillus thuringiensis| Bacillus thuringiensis Berliner 1915| CCUG 7429| CIP 53.137| DSM 2046| HAMBI 478| IAM 12077| JCM 20386| LMG 7138| LMG:7138| NBRC 101235| NCAIM B.01292| NCCB 70008| NRRL HD-735| VKM B-1544

  1. Environmental Role: Flavobacterium aquatile and other members of the genus Flavobacterium are known for their diverse metabolic capabilities and their ability to degrade complex organic compounds in aquatic environments. They contribute to nutrient cycling, organic matter decomposition, and the maintenance of ecosystem balance in freshwater and marine habitats.

  2. Biotechnological Applications: Some Flavobacterium species, including Flavobacterium aquatile, have been studied for their potential biotechnological applications, particularly in the fields of wastewater treatment, bioremediation, and aquaculture. They may have roles in the degradation of pollutants and the production of enzymes or bioactive compounds with industrial or environmental significance.

  3. Rare Human Infections: While Flavobacterium aquatile is not considered a common human pathogen, there have been rare reports of infections in humans, typically associated with immunocompromised individuals or those with underlying medical conditions. In such cases, Flavobacterium aquatile infections may present as opportunistic infections, such as wound infections, bacteremia, or urinary tract infections.

  4. Prevention: Preventive measures to minimize the risk of infections with Flavobacterium aquatile or other environmental bacteria include maintaining good hygiene practices, avoiding exposure to contaminated water sources, and implementing proper wound care and infection control measures, particularly in healthcare settings.

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Lab Reporting

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One lab may say you have none, another may say you have a lot! - This may be solely due to the software they are using to estimate.
We deem lab specific values using values from the KM method for each specific lab to be the most reliable.

Desired Levels Suggestions for Bacillus thuringiensis

These are values that are computed from lab specific samples (Patent Pending)
LabFrequencyUD-LowUD-HighKM LowKM HighLab LowLab HighMean MedianStandard DeviationBox Plot LowBox Plot High KM Percentile Low KM Percentile High
Other Labs 0.49 2 500 0 428 119.7 50 157.2 2 500 7.7 %ile 84.6 %ile
thorne 96.55 2 43 0 30 10.5 7 9.8 3 17 0 %ile 100 %ile

External Reference Ranges for Bacillus thuringiensis

Bacillus thuringiensis (NCBI 1428) per million
Source of Ranges Low Boundary High Boundary Low Boundary %age High Boundary %age
XenoGene 0 100 0 0.01
Thorne (20/80%ile) 3.86 8.34 0.0004 0.0008
Statistic by Lab Source for Bacillus thuringiensis
These desired values are reported from the lab reports
Lab Frequency Seen Average Standard Deviation Sample Count Lab Samples
bugspeak 100 %   0.013 %  % 1.0 1
CerbaLab 66.667 %   0.001 %  0.001 % 2.0 3
custom 1.449 %   0 %  % 1.0 69
es-xenogene 34.483 %   0.012 %  0.016 % 10.0 29
Thorne 80.597 %   0.001 %  0.001 % 108.0 134

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Data Contradictions β€” Limits of Certainity

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Amino Acid and similar inosine 1 Studies recorded. The consensus is Increases📓, Click for details.
Amino Acid and similar α-alanine {alanine} 1 Studies recorded. The consensus is Increases📓, Click for details.
Food (excluding seasonings) Caffeine 1 Studies recorded. The consensus is Decreases📓, Click for details.
Food (excluding seasonings) cranberry bean flour 1 Studies recorded. The consensus is Decreases📓, Click for details.
Food (excluding seasonings) green tea 1 Studies recorded. The consensus is Decreases📓, Click for details.
Food (excluding seasonings) tea 1 Studies recorded. The consensus is Decreases📓, Click for details.
Herb or Spice Cinnamomum zeylanicum {Ceylon Cinnamon} 1 Studies recorded. The consensus is Decreases📓, Click for details.
Herb or Spice cylicodiscus gabunensis (mimosaceae) 1 Studies recorded. The consensus is Decreases📓, Click for details.
Herb or Spice foeniculum vulgare,fennel 1 Studies recorded. The consensus is Decreases📓, Click for details.
Herb or Spice helichrysum italicum,Immortelle 1 Studies recorded. The consensus is Decreases📓, Click for details.
Herb or Spice Laser trilobum {Kefe cumin} 1 Studies recorded. The consensus is Decreases📓, Click for details.
Herb or Spice Leea indica {Bandicoot berry} 1 Studies recorded. The consensus is Decreases📓, Click for details.
Herb or Spice Ocimum basilicum {Basil} 1 Studies recorded. The consensus is Decreases📓, Click for details.
Herb or Spice Olea europaea {Olive leaf} 1 Studies recorded. The consensus is Decreases📓, Click for details.
Herb or Spice oregano (origanum vulgare, oil) | 2 Studies recorded. The consensus is Decreases📓, Click for details.
Herb or Spice Rhus coriaria {Sumac} 1 Studies recorded. The consensus is Decreases👶, Click for details.
Herb or Spice rosa rugosa 1 Studies recorded. The consensus is Decreases📓, Click for details.
Herb or Spice rosmarinus officinalis,rosemary 1 Studies recorded. The consensus is Decreases📓, Click for details.
Herb or Spice Salvia officinalis {Sage} 1 Studies recorded. The consensus is Decreases📓, Click for details.
Herb or Spice Spearmint(mentha spicata) 1 Studies recorded. The consensus is Decreases📓, Click for details.
Herb or Spice syzygium aromaticum {clove} 1 Studies recorded. The consensus is Decreases📓, Click for details.
Herb or Spice thyme (thymol, thyme oil) 3 Studies recorded. The consensus is Decreases📓, Click for details.
Herb or Spice Zingiber officinale Roscoe {ginger} 1 Studies recorded. The consensus is Decreases📓, Click for details.
Miscellaneous, food additives, and other odd items gallate (food additive) 1 Studies recorded. The consensus is Decreases📓, Click for details.
Miscellaneous, food additives, and other odd items smoking 1 Studies recorded. The consensus is Increases👶, Click for details.
Probiotics lactobacillus helveticus 1 Studies recorded. The consensus is Decreases📓, Click for details.
Probiotics pediococcus acidilactic {RBB9 PEDIOCOCCUS ACIDILACTI} 1 Studies recorded. The consensus is Decreases📓, Click for details.
Probiotics Prescript Assist (2018 Formula) 1 Studies recorded. The consensus is Increases📓, Click for details.
Vitamins, Minerals and similar vitamin B3,niacin 1 Studies recorded. The consensus is Decreases📓, Click for details.
Vitamins, Minerals and similar vitamin B7, biotin 1 Studies recorded. The consensus is Increases📓, Click for details.
Vitamins, Minerals and similar Vitamin C (ascorbic acid) 1 Studies recorded. The consensus is Decreases📓, Click for details.

Foods Containing the Bacillus thuringiensis bacteria

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Malaysian fermented fish sauce Weight: 0.3783 Kwerionik, Uganda Weight: 0.1006

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