B. cereus group Conflicting Isolates

Below is the list of the 45 isolates that have been excluded from the main SuperCAT MLST database because their genotyping profiles are unreliable. Isolates highlighted in purple exhibit conflicting phylogenetic positions among MLST schemes and/or typing methods, and isolates highlighted in red exhibit conflicting typing data from different collections or databases. Even though MLST data only are considered in the current database, the fact that, for some isolates, other typing methods (such as AFLP and MLEE) give different phylogenetic results indicate that the phylogenetic positions of those particular isolates are uncertain, and therefore the isolates are not taken into account in SuperCAT.
A comparison of the phylogenetic positions of the conflicting isolates based on data from the various MLST schemes can be obtained using the tools provided here, and a comparison based on MLST, AFLP, and MLEE typing methods can be obtained at the corresponding page in the multi-datatype HyperCAT database.



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Click here to save the table as a tab-delimited text file. Click on strain name to get full information and sequences for a given isolate. Alternative strain names are given in parentheses in the strain description. Species name "B.c_group" represents uncharacterized B.cereus group strains. G indicates isolates with completely sequenced genomes.
Note: MLST schemes are abbreviated as follows: TH, Tourasse−Helgason; H, Helgason; K, Ko; P, Priest; CS, Candelon−Sorokin.
straindescriptionsourcelocationscheme(s)
 KCTC1509B.thuringiensis israelensis KCTC1509 (ATCC35646, HD522)Other, sewage [data from Ko et al. 2004, Infect. Immunity 72, 5253-5261; sequences conflicting with isolate ATCC35646] K,P
 KCTC1034B.thuringiensis IMSNU12086 (KCTC1034, ATCC10792, KCTC3452)Animal, Insect, Mediterranean flour moth/mill moth (Ephestia kuhniella/Anagasta kuehniella) [data from Ko et al. 2004, Infect. Immunity 72, 5253-5261 and Kim et al. 2005, Yale J. Biol. Med. 78, 1-14; sequences conflicting with isolate ATCC10792] K,P
 BGSC4U1B.thuringiensis kyushuensis BGSC4U1 (HD541, 74-F-6-18, DSM6079, T11a001)Animal, insect, silkworm (Bombyx mori) [sequences conflicting with isolate HD541]JapanP
 AH717B.c_group AH717Human, skinNorway, SkienTH
 HD1#3GB.thuringiensis kurstaki HD1 (HD1#3)Animal, Insect larvae (2000) [MLST data conflicting with isolates BGSC4D1, ATCC33679, and HD1#2; three complete genomes sequenced for this strain: identical MLST sequences between isolates HD1#1 and HD1#3 and different sequences in isolate HD1#2]USACS,H,K,P,TH
 BGSC4AW1#2B.thuringiensis T37001 (BGSC4AW1, BGSC4AW1#2)[sequences conflicting with isolates BGSC4AW1#1 and T37001]SpainP
 AH1272GB.cereus AH1272Human, amniotic fluid; Reykjavik University Hospital (1999) [from the same hospital as isolates AH1270, AH1271, and AH1273]Iceland, ReykjavikCS,H,K,P,TH
 AH1271GB.cereus AH1271Other, secretary lamp; Reykjavik University Hospital (1999) [from the same hospital as isolates AH1270, AH1272, and AH1273]Iceland, ReykjavikCS,H,K,P,TH
 BGSC4CB1B.thuringiensis azorensis BGSC4CB1 (T64001, EA11996)SoilAzoresP
 KCTC1012B.c_group KCTC1012 (ATCC11778)[B.cereus or B.mycoides; data from Ko et al. 2004, Infect. Immunity 72, 5253-5261; sequences conflicting with isolate ATCC11778] K,P
 BGSC4AW1#1GB.thuringiensis andalousiensis BGSC4AW1 (T37001, BGSC4AW1#1)[strain sequenced at Biological Defense Research Directorate (BDRD), Rockville, Maryland, USA; sequences conflicting with isolates BGSC4AW1#2 and T37001]SpainCS,H,K,P,TH
 YBT-1520#1GB.thuringiensis kurstaki YBT-1520 (YBT-1520#1)Soil (1990) [two complete genomes sequenced for this strain with different MLST sequences; sequences conflicting with isolate YBT-1520#2]ChinaCS,H,K,P,TH
 HD541B.thuringiensis HD541 (BGSC4U1, 74-F-6-18, DSM6079, T11a001)[sequences conflicting with isolate BGSC4U1]JapanP
 HD1#2GB.thuringiensis kurstaki HD1 (HD1#2)Animal, Insect, Pink Bollworm (Pectinophora gossypiella) (1970) [MLST data conflicting with isolates BGSC4D1, ATCC33679, HD1#1, and HD1#3; three complete genomes sequenced for this strain: identical MLST sequences between isolates HD1#1 and HD1#3 and different sequences in isolate HD1#2]USACS,H,K,P,TH
 IMSNU12078B.cereus IMSNU12078 (ATCC21768, KCTC1014)Animal, chicken and turkey manureturkey and chicken manure [data from Ko et al. 2004, Infect. Immunity 72, 5253-5261; sequences conflicting with isolate KCTC1014; data from Ko et al. 2004, Infect. Immunity 72, 5253-5261; sequences conflicting with isolate KCTC1014] K
 R26B.mycoides NCTC12974 (ATCC6462, DSM2048, R26)Soil [data from NERC Centre for Population Biology, London, England, UK; sequences conflicting with isolate ATCC6462]UK, England, LondonP
 BGSC4D1B.thuringiensis kurstaki BGSC4D1 (HD1, AH248, KB004)Animal, Insect, diseased larvae of Pink Bollworm (Pectinophora gossypiella) (1970) [MLST, AFLP, and MLEE data conflicting with isolate ATCC33679; MLST data conflicting with isolates HD1#1, HD1#2, and HD1#3]USA, Texas, BrownsvilleCS,P
 ATCC6463B.mycoides NRS306 (CIP105442, ATCC6463)  P
 HD1#1GB.thuringiensis kurstaki HD1 (HD1#1)Soil (1970) [MLST data conflicting with isolates BGSC4D1, ATCC33679, and HD1#2; three complete genomes sequenced for this strain: identical MLST sequences between isolates HD1#1 and HD1#3 and different sequences in isolate HD1#2]USACS,H,K,P,TH
 AH721B.c_group AH721Human, urineNorway, SkienH,TH
 KCTC1014B.cereus KCTC1014 (ATCC21768)Animal, chicken and turkey manureturkey and chicken manure [data from Ko et al. 2004, Infect. Immunity 72, 5253-5261; sequences conflicting with isolate IMSNU12078; data from Ko et al. 2004, Infect. Immunity 72, 5253-5261; sequences conflicting with isolate IMSNU12078] K,P
 MM_3GB.cereus MM3 (MM_3)Food (2003)USACS,H,K,P,TH
 AH830B.c_group AH830Human, periodontitis (1995)Norway, OsloH,TH
 T37001B.thuringiensis andalousiensis BGSC4AW1 (T37001)[data from Kim et al. 2005, Yale J. Biol. Med. 78, 1-14; sequences conflicting with isolates BGSC4AW1#1 and BGSC4AW1#2]SpainP
 DSM350B.thuringiensis DSM350[data from Klee et al. 2006, J. Bacteriol. 188, 5333-5344; sequences conflicting with isolate R2] P
 ATCC33679B.thuringiensis kurstaki ATCC33679 (KCTC1507, AH1084, NRRLB-3792, HD1)Animal, diseased insect larvae [MLST, AFLP, and MLEE data conflicting with isolate BGSC4D1; MLST data conflicting with isolates HD1#1, HD1#2, and HD1#3] K,P
 F837/76B.cereus F837/76 (AH188, KBBI3)Human, wound [data from Sorokin et al. 2006, Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 72, 1569-1578; sequences conflicting with isolate DSM4222]UKCS
 IMSNU12079B.cereus IMSNU12079 (KCTC1092, ATCC10876)Other, contaminated flask [data from Ko et al. 2004, Infect. Immunity 72, 5253-5261; sequences conflicting with isolate ATCC10876] K
 AH676BDRDGB.c_group AH676 (AH676BDRD)Soil, heather soil (1994) [strain sequenced at Biological Defense Research Directorate (BDRD), Rockville, Maryland, USA; sequences conflicting with isolate AH676]Norway, TromsoCS,H,K,P,TH
 R25B.mycoides NCTC2603 (ATCC10206, NCIB8096, R25)[data from NERC Centre for Population Biology, London, England, UK; sequences conflicting with isolates NRS936 and ATCC10206]UK, England, LondonP
 R109B.weihenstephanensis type strain DSM11821 (WSBC10204, R109)Dairy products, milk products [data from NERC Centre for Population Biology, London, England, UK; sequences conflicting with isolates WSBC10204 and DSM11821]GermanyP
 AH1273GB.cereus AH1273Human, blood; Reykjavik University Hospital (1997) [from the same hospital as isolates AH1270, AH1271, and AH1272]Iceland, ReykjavikCS,H,K,P,TH
 AH720B.c_group AH720Human, bloodNorway, SkienTH
 T07196B.thuringiensis aizawai LFB891 (BGSC4J8, T07196)Food, pepper (1993) [data from http://pubmlst.org/bcereus/; sequences conflicting with isolate LFB891]BrazilP
 ATCC10206B.mycoides NRS936 (NCTC2603, NCIB8096, CIP105443, ATCC10206)[data from Kim et al. 2005, Yale J. Biol. Med. 78, 1-14; sequences conflicting with isolates R25 and NRS936] P
 BGSC4AU1B.thuringiensis higo T44001 (BGSC4AU1, 92-KU-137-4)Animal, Insect, litter of silkworm (Bombyx mori)JapanH,P
 R2B.thuringiensis DSM350 (R2)[sequences conflicting with isolate DSM350] P
 AH719B.c_group AH719Human, cervixNorway, SkienTH
 AH603GB.c_group AH603DairyNorway, GjovikCS,H,K,P,TH
 LFB891B.thuringiensis aizawai LFB891Food, black pepper (1994) [data from Zahner et al. 2013, Mem. Inst. Oswaldo Cruz. 108, 65-72; sequences conflicting with isolate T07196]BrazilP
 YBT-1520#2GB.thuringiensis kurstaki YBT-1520 (YBT-1520#2)[two complete genomes sequenced for this strain with different MLST sequences; sequences conflicting with isolate YBT-1520#1] CS,H,K,P,TH
 R11B.cereus NCTC11143 (F4810/72, DSM4312, R11)[data from NERC Centre for Population Biology, London, England, UK; sequences conflicting with isolate F4810/72]UK, England, LondonP
 WSBC10204B.weihenstephanensis type strain WSBC10204 (DSM11821, AH1145, KB008)Dairy products, Milk (1992) [MLST data conflicting with isolate DSM11821; from the same dairy as isolates WSBC10028, WSBC10029, WSBC10030, WSBC10031, WSBC10042, WSBC10201, WSBC10205, WSBC10206, WSBC10208, and WSBC10211]Germany, WeihenstephanCS,H,P,TH
 BGSC4CD1B.thuringiensis graciosensis BGSC4CD1 (T66001, EA15196)SoilAzoresP
 AH676B.c_group AH676Soil, heather soil (1994) [data from University of Oslo, Norway; sequences conflicting with isolate AH676BDRD]Norway, TromsoH,TH

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