Bacillus Globigii

Bacillus Globigii lives in soils around the world and can readily be found in samplings of wind-borne dust particles.

Bacillus Globigii

Bacillus Globigii also known as Bacillus Subtilis, its more modern name. The National Institutes of Health’s Centers for Disease Control lists Bacillus Globigii as a “Class 1″ organism, meaning it is harmless and non-pathogenic to humans. It can be purchased commercially and has been used for decades in biological studies. Bacillus Globigii has the ability to form a tough, protective endospore, allowing the organism to tolerate extreme environmental conditions, making it a perfect surrogate for testing systems and procedures against Bacillus Anthracis. Bacillus Globigii is also often used as the Gram-positive equivalent of Escherichia Coli, an extensively studied Gram-negative rod.

 

Source:
CDC Center for Disease Control and Los Alamos National Laboratory
Tested by:
Kansas State University – Inactivation Rate 99+%

 

Virus/Bacteria

Odours/Fungi/Mold

Bacteria Food Related

Bacillus Globigii
Bacillus Spp.
MRSA
Norwalk Virus
Pseudomonas Sp.
SARS
Sneeze Test – REME
Sneeze Test – Lamers AOP
Staphylococcus Aureus
Streptococcus Pneumoniae
Streptococcus Sp.
Chemical Compounds
Chemical Odours (VOC’s)
Electrical
Formaldehyde
Formaldehyde in Homes
Mold/Yeast
Odours
Ozone / EMF
Particulate (REME only)
Smoke (Odours and Particulates)
Stachybotrys Chartarum
Candida Albicans
Escherichia Coli (E-Coli)
Food Safety
Listeria