What is the scientific name for Bacillus anthracis?
Why is Bacillus anthracis classified as Hazard Group 3?
Anthrax is classified as a Hazard group 3 pathogen due to its ability to cause disease and potential to spread to the community. If left untreated, all types of anthrax can cause death. However, effective prophylaxis or treatments are usually available.
What kind of pathogen is Bacillus anthracis?
Is Bacillus anthracis Gram-positive or negative?
What is the morphology of Bacillus anthracis?
How do you pronounce Bacillus anthracis?
What is the similarity between Bacillus anthracis & Clostridium tetani?
What toxins does Bacillus anthracis produce?
Who discovered Bacillus anthracis?
How many strains of Bacillus anthracis are there?
A collection of 234 B. anthracis strains, including 196 strains isolated from animal and 35 from the environment, isolated during Italian anthrax outbreaks in the years 1972–2018, were analyzed in the current study (Table 1).