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straindescriptionsourcelocationcluster
AmesB.anthracis Ames Porton[pXO1-/pXO2-; Ames strain cured of the pXO1 and pXO2 plasmids at UK Defence Science and Technology Laboratory]UK, England, Porton DownclusterIII
EPI674B.anthracis EPI674Human, muscle, Heroin abuserNorwayclusterIII
NVH87B.anthracis NVH87Animal, cattle (Bovine) (1987)NorwayclusterIII
NVH93B.anthracis NVH93Animal, cattle (Bovine) (1993)NorwayclusterIII
ATCC10987#1B.cereus ATCC10987 (AH75, NRS248, 6A15, ATCC10987#1)Dairy products, Cheese (1930)CanadaclusterIII
F4810/72B.cereus F4810/72 (AH187, KBBI2, FHL4810, NCTC11143, DSM4312, SMR178)Human, vomit (1972) [emetic food poisoning outbreak; human vomiting; reference emetic toxin/cereulide producer]UKclusterIII
AH230B.thuringiensis ATCC21282 (AH230)  clusterIII
AH251B.thuringiensis kenyae BGSC4F3 (AH251, AH1302, HD293)Animal, Insect, Almond moth (Ephestia cautella/Cadra cautella)USAclusterIV
AH267B.c_group AH267HumanNorwayclusterIII
AH403B.c_group AH403DairyNorwayclusterVI
AH407B.c_group AH407DairyFinland, ValioclusterVI
AH408B.c_group AH408DairyFinland, ValioclusterVI
AH519B.c_group AH519Soil, strawberry field (1993)Norway, MossclusterII
AH536B.c_group AH536Soil, strawberry field (1993)Norway, MossclusterII
AH542B.c_group AH542Soil, strawberry field (1993)Norway, MossclusterII
AH546B.c_group AH546Soil, cabbage field (1993)Norway, MossclusterIV
AH547B.c_group AH547Soil, cabbage field (1993)Norway, MossclusterVI
AH553B.c_group AH553Soil, cabbage field (1993)Norway, MossclusterII
AH572B.c_group AH572Soil, beech grove (1993)Norway, MossclusterII
AH607B.c_group AH607DairyNorway, TynsetclusterII
AH614B.c_group AH614DairyNorway, PorsgrunnclusterVI
AH627B.c_group AH627Soil, heather soil (1994)Norway, Singsaas/SaeterengclusterVI
AH632B.c_group AH632Soil, heather soil (1994)Norway, Singsaas/SaeterengclusterVI
AH641B.c_group AH641Soil, heather soil (1994)Norway, Singsaas/SaeterengclusterVI
AH645B.c_group AH645Soil, heather soil (1994)Norway, SteigenclusterVI
AH650B.c_group AH650Soil, heather soil (1994)Norway, SteigenclusterVI
AH663B.c_group AH663Soil, woodland soil (1994)Norway, BrekkvasselvclusterVI
AH664B.c_group AH664Soil, woodland soil (1994)Norway, BrekkvasselvclusterVI
AH675B.c_group AH675Soil, heather soil (1994)Norway, TromsoeclusterVI
AH676#1B.c_group AH676 (AH676#1)Soil, heather soil (1994) [data from University of Oslo, Norway; sequences conflicting with isolate AH676#2]Norway, TromsoeclusterVI
AH678B.c_group AH678Soil, heather soil (1994)Norway, TromsoeclusterVI
AH681B.c_group AH681Soil, heather soil (1994)Norway, TromsoeclusterVI
AH685B.c_group AH685Soil, heather soil (1994)Norway, TromsoeclusterVI
AH716B.c_group AH716Human, pusNorway, SkienclusterIV
AH718B.c_group AH718Human, noseNorway, SkienclusterIV
AH721B.c_group AH721Human, urineNorway, SkienclusterIV
AH726B.c_group AH726Human, urineNorway, SkienclusterIV
AH727B.c_group AH727Human, pusNorway, SkienclusterII
AH728B.c_group AH728Human, urineNorway, SkienclusterIII
AH810B.c_group AH810Human, periodontitis (1994)Norway, TelemarkclusterIII
AH811B.c_group AH811Human, periodontitis (1995)Brazil, Sao Jose dos PinhaisclusterIV
AH812B.c_group AH812Human, periodontitis (1995)Norway, OsloclusterIII
AH813B.c_group AH813Human, periodontitis (1995)Brazil, CuritibaclusterIII
AH816B.c_group AH816Human, periodontitis (1995)Norway, AkershusclusterIII
AH817B.c_group AH817Human, periodontitis (1995)Norway, AkershusclusterIII
AH818B.c_group AH818Human, periodontitis (1995)Brazil, CuritibaclusterIII
AH819B.c_group AH819Human, periodontitis (1995)Norway, OsloclusterIII
AH820B.c_group AH820Human, periodontitis (1995)Norway, AkershusclusterIII
AH823B.c_group AH823Human, periodontitis (1996)Norway, OsloclusterIII
AH824B.c_group AH824Human, periodontitis (1996)Norway, AkershusclusterIII
AH825B.c_group AH825Human, periodontitis (1996)Norway, AkershusclusterIII
AH826B.c_group AH826Human, periodontitis (1996)Norway, RogalandclusterIII
AH827B.c_group AH827Human, periodontitis (1996)Norway, HedmarkclusterIII
AH828B.c_group AH828Human, periodontitis (1996)Norway, OsloclusterIII
AH829B.c_group AH829Human, periodontitis (1996)Norway, AkershusclusterIII
AH830B.c_group AH830Human, periodontitis (1995)Norway, OsloclusterIII
AH831B.c_group AH831Human, periodontitis (1996)Norway, OsloclusterIII
AH840B.c_group AH840 (BGSC4A3, T01001, HD2)[sequences conflicting with isolate T01001] clusterIII
AH889B.c_group AH889Human, bloodNorwayclusterIV
AH1123B.c_group 9823 (AH1123)HumanFranceclusterIII
AH1127B.c_group 9843 (AH1127)HumanFranceclusterIII
AH1129B.c_group BC004 (AH1129)Human, eyeUSA, OklahomaclusterIV
AH1131B.c_group BC029 (AH1131)Human, eyeUSA, Oklahomaunclustered
AH1132B.c_group BC030 (AH1132)Human, eyeUSA, OklahomaclusterIV
AH1135B.c_group S8553 (AH1135)Soil, clearing station mud (1997) [from the site of an anthrax outbreak]France, Alps mountainsclusterIII
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, WeihenstephanclusterVI
AH1247B.c_group 97-79 (AH1247)Soil (1997) [from the site of an anthrax outbreak]France, Pyrenees mountainsclusterV
AH1270B.c_group AH1270Human, cervix; Reykjavik University Hospital (2000) [from the same hospital as isolates AH1271, AH1272, and AH1273]Iceland, ReykjavikclusterII
AH1293B.c_group AH1293Human, bloodNorway, TromsoeclusterIV
AH1294B.c_group AH1294Human, bloodNorway, TromsoeclusterIV
7700B.anthracis Sterne 7700 (95-31)[pXO1-/pXO2-]AfricaclusterIII
ATCC35646B.thuringiensis israelensis ATCC35646 (IMSNU12089, KB005, KCTC1509, HD522, BGSC4Q12)Other, raw sewage pond (1977)Israel, Kibbutz HuldaclusterIV
NVH0391/98B.cytotoxicus type strain NVH0391-98 (KB007, CytK, DSM22905, CIP110041, NVH0391/98)Food, Vegetable puree (1998) [diarrheal food poisoning outbreak, fatal]France, EssoneclusterVII
E33LB.cereus E33L (Zebra Killer)Animal, Carcass of dead zebra (1996) [two complete genomes sequenced for this strain with identical MLST sequences]Namibia, Etosha National ParkclusterIII
KBAB4B.weihenstephanensis KBAB4Soil, Forest soil (2000)France, VersaillesclusterVI
G9241#1B.cereus G9241 (2000031673, B06_002, G9241#1)Human, sputum and blood (1994) [human pneumonia; carries pXO1 plasmid with anthrax virulence genes and produces a polysaccharide capsule; two complete genomes sequenced for this strain with identical MLST sequences]USA, LouisianaclusterIII
97-27B.thuringiensis konkukian 97-27 (97/027, CEB97/27, CEB97/027, AH1248)Human, tissue necrosis (1995) [two complete genomes sequenced for this strain with identical MLST sequences]Yugoslavia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, SarajevoclusterIII
WestNAB.anthracis Western North America USA6153 (A0071)Animal, Bison [pXO1+/pXO2+]CanadaclusterIII
VollumB.anthracis Vollum[this strain is used in research studies and is found in the UK, Spain, and Zimbabwe; pXO1+/pXO2+; two complete genomes sequenced for this strain with identical MLST sequences] clusterIII
Sterne34F2GB.anthracis Sterne 34F2 (ASC245)Animal, cattle (cow) (1937) [Animal vaccine strain; pXO1+/pXO2-; two complete genomes sequenced for this strain with identical MLST sequences]South AfricaclusterIII
KrugerBB.anthracis Kruger B[pXO1+/pXO2+]South Africa, Kruger National ParkclusterIII
FloridaB.anthracis Ames Florida (A2012)Human [from bioterror mailing attacks in 2001; pXO1+/pXO2+]USA, FloridaclusterIII
CNEVAB.anthracis CNEVA 9066 (A0402, K1887)Human [pXO1+/pXO2+]France (Southern)clusterIII
Australia94B.anthracis Australia94 (K4834, A0039, 29/32)Animal, cattle (Bovine) (1994) [pXO1+/pXO2+]Australia, Victoria ProvinceclusterIII
AmesAncB.anthracis Ames Ancestor (A0581, A2084)Animal, cattle (Cow) (1981) [this strain is the progenitor of all the Ames strains used as research tools in laboratories around the world; pXO1+/pXO2+]USA, Texas, SaritaclusterIII
A1055B.anthracis A1055 (2000031021, GroupC)[belongs to the divergent C branch; pXO1-/pXO2+]USA, LouisianaclusterIII
AH1124B.c_group 9829 (AH1124)HumanFranceclusterIII
AH1125B.c_group 9801 (AH1125)HumanFranceclusterII
AH1126B.c_group 9842 (AH1126)HumanFranceclusterV
AH1130B.c_group BC008 (AH1130)Human, eyeUSA, OklahomaclusterIV
AH1133B.c_group BC031 (AH1133)Human, eyeUSA, Oklahomaunclustered
AH1134B.cereus BC006 (AH1134)Human, eye [pediatric endophthalmitis case]USA, OklahomaclusterIV
WSBC10201B.weihenstephanensis WSBC10201 (AH1143)Dairy products, pasteurized milk (1992) [from the same dairy as isolates WSBC10028, WSBC10029, WSBC10030, WSBC10031, WSBC10042, WSBC10204, WSBC10205, WSBC10206, WSBC10208, and WSBC10211]Germany, WeihenstephanclusterVI
AH1308B.c_group AH1308Human, faeces/stoolsGermany, KarlsruheclusterV
AH1309B.c_group AH1309Human, faeces/stoolsGermany, KarlsruheclusterV
AH1310B.c_group AH1310Human, faeces/stoolsGermany, KarlsruheclusterV
AH1311B.c_group AH1311Other, probioticGermany, KarlsruheclusterV
AH1312B.c_group AH1312Human, bloodGermany, KarlsruheclusterV
BGSC4AB1B.thuringiensis morrisoni AH1354 (BGSC4AB1)  clusterIII
BGSC4AY1GB.thuringiensis brasilensis BGSC4AY1 (AH1356, T39001)Food, black pepper powderBrazilclusterIII
295171B.c_group 295171Human, bloodUKclusterIV
295618B.c_group 295618Other, heroinUKclusterIV
AH338B.mycoides AH338Soil (1992)Norway, OsloclusterV
AH535B.c_group AH535Soil, strawberry field (1993)Norway, MossclusterVI
AH717B.c_group AH717Human, skinNorway, SkienclusterII
AH719B.c_group AH719Human, cervixNorway, SkienclusterVI
AH720B.c_group AH720Human, bloodNorway, SkienclusterVI
AH723B.c_group AH723Human, eyeNorway, SkienclusterIII
AH725GB.cereus AH725Human, eye (1995)Norway, SkienclusterIV
AH729B.c_group AH729Human, wound secretNorway, SkienclusterII
AH730B.c_group AH730Human, urineNorway, SkienclusterIII
AH814B.c_group AH814Human, periodontitis (1995)Norway, AkershusclusterIV
AH815B.c_group AH815Human, periodontitis (1995)Norway, More og RomsdalclusterIV
AH886B.c_group AH886Human, bloodNorway, OsloclusterIII
AH891B.c_group AH891Human, bloodNorway, OsloclusterIII
AH893B.cereus AH893Human, woundNorway, TromsoeclusterIII
BtAlHakamB.thuringiensis Al Hakam (BtAlHakam)Other, suspected bioweapons facilityIraqclusterIII
B03_002B.cereus B03_002Animal, cattle (cow)FranceclusterV
B03_003B.cereus B03_003Animal, cattle (cow)FranceclusterV
B04_002B.anthracis B04_002Animal, dead sheepSpainclusterIII
B04_022B.anthracis B04_022Human (1996) [anthrax]France, PoitiersclusterIII
B04_025B.anthracis B04_025Animal, cattle (cow)FranceclusterIII
B05_004B.cereus B05_004Animal, parrotFranceclusterIV
B05_010B.cereus B05_010HumanFranceclusterIII
B05_011B.cereus B05_011HumanFranceclusterIII
B06_001B.cereus B06_001HumanMadagascarclusterIII
B06_003B.cereus B06_003Human, bloodNorwayclusterIII
B06_004B.cereus B06_004HumanNorwayclusterIII
B06_005B.cereus B06_005Human, woundFranceclusterIV
B06_006B.cereus B06_006Human, bloodFranceclusterII
B06_007B.cereus B06_007Human, cutaneousNorwayclusterIII
B06_008B.cereus B06_008Human, bloodFranceclusterIII
B06_009GB.cereus B06.009 (B06_009)Human, cerebrospinal fluid (2008)France, ParisclusterIII
B06_010B.cereus B06_010Human, Cerebrospinal fluidTahiti, Papeeteunclustered
B06_011B.cereus B06_011HumanFranceclusterIV
B06_012B.cereus B06_012HumanFranceclusterIV
B06_013B.cereus B06_013Human, bloodFranceclusterII
B06_014B.cereus B06_014HumanFranceclusterII
B06_015B.cereus B06_015Human, drainage tubeFranceclusterV
B06_016B.cereus B06_016Other, Slaughterhouse floorFranceclusterII
B06_017B.cereus B06_017Human, bloodFranceclusterV
B06_018B.cereus B06_018Human, peritonealFranceclusterIII
B06_019B.cereus B06_019Human, woundFranceclusterIV
B06_020B.cereus B06_020Human, woundFranceclusterIII
B06_021B.cereus B06_021Human, bloodFranceclusterII
B06_022B.cereus B06_022Human, bloodFranceclusterII
B06_023B.cereus B06_023Human, woundFranceclusterV
B06_024B.cereus B06_024Human, bloodFranceclusterIV
B06_025B.cereus B06_025Human, bloodGuyaneclusterIII
B06_026B.cereus B06_026Human, woundFranceunclustered
B06_027B.cereus B06_027Human, woundFranceclusterIII
B06_028B.cereus B06_028Human, bloodFranceclusterII
B06_029B.cereus B06_029Human, bloodFranceunclustered
B06_030B.cereus B06_030Human, bronchicFranceclusterVI
B06_031B.cereus B06_031HumanMartiniqueclusterIII
B06_032B.cereus B06_032HumanFranceclusterIV
B06_033B.cereus B06_033Human, bloodFranceclusterIV
B06_034B.cereus B06_034HumanFranceclusterIV
B06_035B.cereus B06_035HumanFranceunclustered
B06_036B.cereus B06_036Human, bloodTahiti, Papeeteunclustered
B06_038B.anthracis B06_038SoilItalyclusterIII
B06_039B.anthracis B06_039Soil [from a site where a dead animal was buried 2 years before]ItalyclusterIII
B06_040B.anthracis B06_040SoilItalyclusterIII
B06_041B.cereus B06_041SoilItalyclusterVI
03BB108B.cereus 03BB108Other, dust in workspace associated with clinical case (isolate 03BR1283) (2003) [two complete genomes sequenced for this strain with identical MLST sequences]USA, TexasclusterIII
B4264B.cereus B4264 (2002734361)Human, blood and pleural fluid (1969) [human fatal pneumonia] clusterIV
TIB.anthracis Tsiankovskii-I (TI)[Soviet Union livestock vaccine strain; pXO1+/pXO2+]USSRclusterIII
G9842B.cereus G9842Human, faeces/stools (1996) [from the same food poisoning outbreak as isolates G9843 and G9844; human diarrhea]USA, NebraskaclusterIV
H3081.97B.cereus H3081.97 (2002734506)Food (1997) [emetic toxin/cereulide producer; from the same food poisoning outbreak as isolates H3074.97 and H3076.97; outbreak linked to rice]USA, TexasclusterIII
INRAAF2B.cytotoxicus INRA AF2Food, potato puree (2003) [connected to a food poisoning case]FranceclusterVII
NVH0597/99B.cereus NVH0597-99 (NVH0597/99)Food, spice mix (1999) [strain believed to be the cause of a diarrheal food poisoning outbreak]NorwayclusterIII
NVH0883/00GB.cytotoxicus NVH0883-00 (NVH0883/00)Food, spices (2000)NorwayclusterVII
ATCC11950B.cereus W (ATCC11950)Soil [carries the prophage W; W and its lytic variant, phage gamma, infect B.anthracis] clusterIII
A0174B.anthracis LSU174 (K1979, A0174, 74-412C-8)Animal, cattle (bovine) (1974) [pXO1+/pXO2-]CanadaclusterIII
A0193B.anthracis LSU193 (K1256, A0193, 96-10355)Animal, cattle (cow) (1996) [pXO1+/pXO2+]USA, South DakotaclusterIII
A0389#1B.anthracis A0389 (K1938, 89, A0389#1)[pXO1+/pXO2+; two complete genomes sequenced for this strain with different MLST sequences; strain sequenced by Los Alamos National Laboratory, Los Alamos, New Mexico, USA; sequences conflicting with isolate A0389#2]Indonesia, West Java, BekasiclusterIII
A0442B.anthracis LSU442 (K6835, A0442, 28, K88)Animal, Kudu (1975) [pXO1+/pXO2+]South Africa, Kruger National ParkclusterIII
A0465B.anthracis LSU465 (K2762, A0465, RA3, 6445/RA3)Animal, cattle (Cow), spleen (1997) [two complete genomes sequenced for this strain with identical MLST sequences; pXO1+/pXO2+]France, Pyrenees mountainsclusterIII
A0488B.anthracis type strain LSU488 (K4596, A0488, ATCC14578, Vollum)Animal, cattle (cow) (1935) [pXO1+/pXO2+]UK, England, OxfordshireclusterIII
Q1B.cereus Q1Other, deep-subsurface oil reservoirChina (Northeastern), Daqing oil fieldclusterIII
AH1271B.cereus AH1271Other, secretary lamp; Reykjavik University Hospital (1999) [from the same hospital as isolates AH1270, AH1272, and AH1273]Iceland, ReykjavikclusterII
AH1272B.cereus AH1272Human, amniotic fluid; Reykjavik University Hospital (1999) [from the same hospital as isolates AH1270, AH1271, and AH1273]Iceland, ReykjavikclusterVI
AH1273B.cereus AH1273Human, blood; Reykjavik University Hospital (1997) [from the same hospital as isolates AH1270, AH1271, and AH1272]Iceland, ReykjavikclusterVI
ATCC4342B.cereus ATCC4342 (AH226, AH821)Dairy products, milk (1900) [sensitive to gamma phage infecting B.anthracis; two complete genomes sequenced for this strain with identical MLST sequences]USAclusterIII
BGSC4AJ1B.thuringiensis monterrey BGSC4AJ1#1 (AH1355, GM33, T28001)[produces a polyglutamate capsule resembling that of B.anthracis; three complete genomes sequenced for this strain with identical MLST sequences]MexicoclusterIII
BGSC4CC1B.thuringiensis pulsiensis BGSC4CC1 (T65001, AH1357, NARC Bt17)Soil, grain fieldPakistanclusterIII
Bt407B.thuringiensis 407 (Bt407, AH1031)[Pasteur Institute; well studied isolate that has been cured of the plasmid that encodes the insecticidal crystal toxin; three complete genomes sequenced for this strain with identical MLST sequences]France, ParisclusterIV
03BB102B.cereus 03BB102 (2002734580)Human, blood (2003) [human fatal pneumonia; carries pXO1 plasmid with anthrax virulence genes; two complete genomes sequenced for this strain with identical MLST sequences]USA, Texas, San AntonioclusterIII
172560.WB.cereus 172560.W (BGSC6A62)Human, burn wound (2003) [human wound infection]UK, Scotland, GlasgowclusterIV
F95/8201B.cereus 95/8201 (F95/8201)Human, endocarditis; Prince Charles Hospital (1995)UK, Wales, Merthyr TydfilclusterIII
AH603B.c_group AH603DairyNorway, GjoevikclusterVI
AH621B.c_group AH621Soil, heather soil (1994)Norway, Singsaas/SaeterengclusterVI
AH676#2B.c_group AH676 (AH676#2)Soil, heather soil (1994) [strain sequenced by Biological Defense Research Directorate (BDRD), Rockville, Maryland, USA; sequences conflicting with isolate AH676#1]Norway, TromsoeclusterIV
ATCC10792#3B.thuringiensis thuringiensis type strain ATCC10792 (IMSNU12088, DSM2046, WS2734, AH1083, HD735, CIP53.137, KCTC3452, KCTC1034, BGSC4A11, ATCC10792#3)Animal, Insect, Mediterranean flour moth/mill moth (Ephestia kuhniella/Anagasta kuehniella) [three complete genomes sequenced for this strain with different sequences and origins; strain sequenced by Biological Defense Research Directorate (BDRD), Rockville, Maryland, USA; sequences conflicting with isolates ATCC10792#1 and ATCC10792#2]IsraelclusterIV
ATCC10876B.cereus ATCC10876 (569, AH181, IMSNU13045, NRRLB-569, NCTC7464, KCTC1092)Other, contaminated flask (1945) [well-studied strain used in many structural studies of the spore and exospore] clusterIV
BDRD-Cer4B.cereus BDRD-Cer4[Biological Defense Research Directorate (BDRD)]USA, Maryland, RockvilleclusterIV
BDRD-ST196B.cereus BDRD-ST196[Biological Defense Research Directorate (BDRD)]USA, Maryland, RockvilleclusterVI
BDRD-ST24B.cereus BDRD-ST24[Biological Defense Research Directorate (BDRD)]USA, Maryland, RockvilleclusterIV
BDRD-ST26B.cereus BDRD-ST26[Biological Defense Research Directorate (BDRD)]USA, Maryland, RockvilleclusterIII
BGSC4AW1#1B.thuringiensis andalousiensis BGSC4AW1 (T37001, BGSC4AW1#1)[two complete genomes sequenced for this strain with different MLST sequences; strain sequenced by Biological Defense Research Directorate (BDRD), Rockville, Maryland, USA; sequences conflicting with isolate BGSC4AW1#2]SpainclusterIII
BGSC4BA1GB.thuringiensis pondicheriensis BGSC4BA1 (T20a001, B23)Soil [two complete genomes sequenced for this strain with identical MLST sequences]IndiaclusterIII
BGSC4BD1B.thuringiensis huazhongensis BGSC4BD1 (T40001, YBT-978) ChinaclusterIV
BGSC4Y1B.thuringiensis tochigiensis BGSC4Y1 (117-72, HD868, AH460)Other, soil or litter of silkworm (Bombyx mori)JapanclusterIII
BGSC6E1B.cereus BGSC6E1 (AH263, GP7)[produces chitinase] clusterIII
CDC684B.anthracis CDC684 (NRRL3495, NRS234)[originally labeled B.megaterium; shows significant attenuation of virulence; pXO1+/pXO2+] clusterIII
DSM12442B.pseudomycoides type strain DSM12442 (NRRLB-617, WS3118, KCTC3862)SoilGhana or Sweden or USAclusterI
ATCC6462B.mycoides type strain DSM2048 (ATCC6462, WS2641, NRS273, NCTC12974, CIP103472, KCTC3453)SoilSouth Korea, SeoulclusterVI
F65185B.cereus F65185 (2002734558)Human, wound (2005) [from an open fracture; encapsulated isolate]USA, New YorkclusterIV
IBL200B.thuringiensis IBL200Human, healthy human hand (1985) [israelensis-like serovar; bears Photorhabdus/Yersinia-like toxin genes]USA, MarylandclusterIV
IBL4222B.thuringiensis IBL4222Animal, cat-s paw (1985) [israelensis-like serovar]USA, MarylandclusterIV
m1293B.cereus m1293 (BPS-2, BGSC6A54)Dairy products, cream cheese (1987)BrazilclusterIII
m1550B.cereus m1550 (277/2, BGSC6A56)Food, uncooked chicken (1987)BrazilclusterIV
R_3098/03B.cereus R309803 (BGSC6A65, R_3098/03)Human, blood (2003) [human septicaemia]UK, Englandunclustered
Rock1-15B.cereus Rock1-15SoilUSA, Maryland, RockvilleclusterIV
Rock1-3B.cereus Rock1-3SoilUSA, Maryland, RockvilleclusterV
Rock1-4B.mycoides Rock1-4SoilUSA, Maryland, Rockvilleunclustered
Rock3-17B.mycoides Rock3-17SoilUSA, Maryland, Rockvilleunclustered
Rock3-28B.cereus Rock3-28SoilUSA, Maryland, RockvilleclusterV
Rock3-29B.cereus Rock3-29SoilUSA, Maryland, RockvilleclusterV
Rock3-42B.cereus Rock3-42SoilUSA, Maryland, RockvilleclusterIII
Rock3-44B.cereus Rock3-44SoilUSA, Maryland, Rockvilleunclustered
Rock4-18B.cereus Rock4-18SoilUSA, Maryland, RockvilleclusterV
Rock4-2B.cereus Rock4-2SoilUSA, Maryland, RockvilleclusterIV
T01001B.thuringiensis thuringiensis T01001 (BGSC4A3, HD2, DSM6029)Animal, Insect, Mediterranean flour moth/mill moth (Ephestia kuhniella/Anagasta kuehniella) (1958) [sequences conflicting with isolate AH840]CanadaclusterIV
T03a001B.thuringiensis kurstaki T03a001Animal, Insect, Mediterranean flour moth/mill moth (Ephestia kuhniella/Anagasta kuehniella) (1962)Franceunclustered
T04001B.thuringiensis sotto T04001 (BGSC4E4, HD6) CanadaclusterIV
T13001B.thuringiensis pakistani T13001 (Pak94)Animal, Insect, Lepidoptera (1976)PakistanclusterIV
A0248B.anthracis A0248 (K2802, 28, LSU248)Human (1968) [pXO1+/pXO2+]USA, OhioclusterIII
08CEB44bacGB.cytotoxicus AFSSA08CEB44bac (08CEB44bac)Food, cooked semolina (2008) [related to food poisoning]FranceclusterVII
7_6_55CFAA_CT2B.c_group 7_6_55CFAA_CT2Human, healthy biopsy tissue from a patient with Crohn-s disease clusterIV
BMB171B.thuringiensis kurstaki BMB171 (BGSC4XX6)Other, acrystalliferous mutant derived from B.thuringiensis kurstaki strain YBT-1463 cured of the insecticidal toxin plasmid at Huazhong Agricultural UniversityChina, WuhanclusterIV
CIB.cereus biovar anthracis CIAnimal, great apes (chimpanzees) (2001,2002) [previously named atypical B.anthracis because it carries pXO1 and pXO2 plasmids with anthrax virulence and polyglutamate capsule genes; produces a capsule]Ivory Coast, Tai National ParkclusterIII
CT-43B.thuringiensis chinensis CT-43 (BGSC4CG1) ChinaclusterIV
CVUAS2833GB.cytotoxicus CVUAS2833Food, potato puree (2007) [related to food poisoning]GermanyclusterVII
NC7401B.cereus NC7401Human, faeces/stools or vomit (1974 or 1994) [human vomiting, emetic food poisoning outbreak, emetic toxin/cereulide producer]JapanclusterIII
SJ1B.cereus SJ1Other, chromium-contaminated wastewater of a metal electroplating factory [chromate-resistant and reducing isolate]China, GuangdongclusterIII
YBT-020B.thuringiensis finitimus YBT-020 (BGSC4B4)  clusterIII
LFB1263B.cereus LFB-FIOCRUZ1263 (LFB1263)Soil (2004)Brazil, Rio Grande do SulclusterIV
LFB1414B.thuringiensis LFB-FIOCRUZ1414 (LFB1414)Food, Coffee powder (2006)BrazilclusterIV
LFB1561B.thuringiensis LFB-FIOCRUZ1561 (LFB1561)Dairy products, pasteurized whole milk (2011)BrazilclusterIV
LFB1588B.thuringiensis LFB-FIOCRUZ1588 (LFB1588)Dairy products, pasteurized whole milk (2011)BrazilclusterIV
LFB1619B.thuringiensis LFB-FIOCRUZ1619 (LFB1619)Dairy products, pasteurized whole milk (2011)BrazilclusterIV
LFB1669B.cereus LFB-FIOCRUZ1669 (LFB1669)Soil (2012)Brazil, ParanaclusterIV
LFB1687B.cereus LFB-FIOCRUZ1687 (LFB1687)Animal, Insect, Culicidae (Mosquitoes) (2008)Brazil, Sao PauloclusterIV
LFB1689B.cereus LFB-FIOCRUZ1689 (LFB1689)Animal, Insect, Culicidae (Mosquitoes) (2008)Brazil, Sao PauloclusterIV
LFB1691B.cereus LFB-FIOCRUZ1691 (LFB1691)Animal, Insect, Culicidae (Mosquitoes) (2009)Brazil, Sao PauloclusterIV
LFB196B.cereus LFB-FIOCRUZ196 (LFB196)Soil (1979)Brazil, Rio de JaneiroclusterIV
LFB440B.cereus LFB-FIOCRUZ440 (LFB440)Food, Powder for pudding (1982)BrazilclusterIII
LFB540B.cereus LFB-FIOCRUZ540 (LFB540)Food, Shake mix chocolate flavor (1982)BrazilclusterIV
LFB541B.cereus LFB-FIOCRUZ541 (LFB541)Food, Rice cream (1982)BrazilclusterIV
LFB766B.cereus LFB-FIOCRUZ766 (LFB766)Soil (1989)Brazil, Rio de JaneiroclusterIV
LFB774B.cereus LFB-FIOCRUZ774 (LFB774)Soil (1989)Brazil, Rio Grande do SulclusterIV
LFB799B.cereus LFB-FIOCRUZ799 (LFB799)Food, Chocolate porridge (1991)BrazilclusterIII
LFB803B.cereus LFB-FIOCRUZ803 (LFB803)Food, Formulated infant food (1991)BrazilclusterIV
LFB821B.cereus LFB-FIOCRUZ821 (LFB821)Food, pepper (1993)BrazilclusterIII
LFB970B.cereus LFB-FIOCRUZ970 (LFB970)Soil (1999)Brazil, ParanaclusterIV
192B.cereus 192Food, rice (2011)China, Zhejiang ProvinceclusterIII
03BB87GB.cereus 2002734342 (03BB87)Human, blood (2003) [human fatal pneumonia; carries pXO1 plasmid with anthrax virulence genes and produces a polysaccharide capsule]USA, TexasclusterIII
105NeGB.cereus 105NeOther, Water (2011)Switzerland, Neuchatel, Ponts-de-MartelclusterV
11kri323GB.mycoides 11kri323Other, Water (2011)Greece, Kavala, KrinidesclusterVI
13061GB.cereus 13061  clusterIII
2000031006GB.anthracis 2000031006(1956)USA, New MexicoclusterIII
2000031008GB.anthracis 2000031008 USA, AlabamaclusterIII
2000031023GB.anthracis 2000031023Animal, cattle (1957) clusterIII
2000031027GB.anthracis 2000031027Animal, cattle (1957)USA, OklahomaclusterIII
2000031031GB.anthracis 2000031031Human (1957)USA, MassachusettsclusterIII
2000031038GB.anthracis 2000031038(1957) clusterIII
2000031039GB.anthracis 2000031039Animal, cattle (1957) clusterIII
2000031052GB.anthracis 2000031052Animal, cattle (1956)USA, WyomingclusterIII
2000031075GB.anthracis 2000031075Animal, cattleSouth AfricaclusterIII
2000031709GB.anthracis 2000031709(1956)USA, CarolinasclusterIII
2000031765GB.anthracis 2000031765  clusterIII
2000032819GB.anthracis 2000032819  clusterIII
2000032832GB.anthracis 2000032832  clusterIII
2000032879GB.anthracis 2000032879(1962) clusterIII
2000032892GB.anthracis 2000032892  clusterIII
2000032951GB.anthracis 2000032951Human (1958) clusterIII
2000032967GB.anthracis 2000032967  clusterIII
2000032968GB.anthracis 2000032968  clusterIII
2000032975GB.anthracis 2000032975(1966) clusterIII
2000032979GB.anthracis 2000032979 USA, New JerseyclusterIII
2000032989GB.anthracis 2000032989  clusterIII
2002013094GB.anthracis 2002013094Soil (1956) [pXO1+/pXO2+; two complete genomes sequenced for this strain with identical MLST sequences]USAclusterIII
219298GB.mycoides 219298 (BA0098)  clusterI
3154GB.anthracis 3154SoilBulgariaclusterIII
3166GB.anthracis 3166SoilBulgariaclusterIII
3aGB.cereus 3a (FRI41)[Food Research Institute, University of Wisconsin-Madison]USA, Wisconsin, MadisonclusterIII
44-NIAHGB.anthracis 44-NIAH[pXO1+/pXO2+] clusterIII
4599GB.anthracis Heroin Ba4599 (Ba4599)Human, Scottish heroin user (2009)UK, Scotland, GlasgowclusterIII
52-40-NIAHGB.anthracis 52-40-NIAHAnimal, horse (1940) [pXO1+/pXO2+]ChinaclusterIII
52-GGB.anthracis 52-GAnimal, cattle (bovine) (2009) [pXO1+/pXO2+]Georgia, TbilisiclusterIII
8903-GGB.anthracis 8903-GSoil (1997) [pXO1+/pXO2+]Georgia, GardabaniclusterIII
9080-GGB.anthracis 9080-GSoil (1998) [pXO1+/pXO2+]Georgia, GardabaniclusterIII
95014GB.anthracis 95014[pXO1+/pXO2-] clusterIII
A0157GB.anthracis A0157 (NR-1041)Animal, Pig (1996) [derived from strain ATCC4728; pXO1-/pXO2+]USAclusterIII
A0463GB.anthracis LSU463 (K5135, A0463, PAK-1)Animal, sheep (1978) [reported as pXO1+/pXO2+ but no pXO2 sequence in genome]PakistanclusterIII
A1GB.cereus A1Other, sludge of an anaerobic digestion reactor (2011) [efficient starch-utilizing producer of hydrogen]China, BeijingclusterIV
A1039GB.anthracis A1039Animal, cattle (1999)Bolivia, Santa CruzclusterIII
A1075GB.anthracis A1075Animal, cattle [pXO1+/pXO2+]Chile, Lago Ranco-Valdivia Agricola Quillin Va. RegionclusterIII
A1144GB.anthracis A1144[pXO1+/pXO2+; shows mucoid colony morphology]ArgentinaclusterIII
A16GB.anthracis A16[pXO1+/pXO2+] clusterIII
A16RGB.anthracis A16R[attenuated variant of strain A16; pXO1+/pXO2-] clusterIII
A.Br.003GB.anthracis Scotland A.Br.003Human, child cutaneous anthraxUK, Scotland, DundeeclusterIII
AK47GB.thuringiensis AK47Soil (2010)India, Odishaunclustered
AND1407GB.c_group AND1407Food clusterIII
ANSES00-82GB.anthracis ANSES00-82 (00-82)Animal, cattle (bovine) (2000)France, SavoieclusterIII
ANSES08-8_20GB.anthracis ANSES08-8_20 (08-8_20)Animal, cattle (bovine) (2008)France, DoubsclusterIII
ANSES99-100GB.anthracis ANSES99-100 (99-100)Animal, cattle (bovine) (1999)France, NievreclusterIII
ATCC14185GB.anthracis ATCC14185 (K3700, A0267, LSU267, V770-NP-1R, V770-NP1-R)Animal, cattle (bovine) (1951) [United States Human Vaccine strain; pXO1+/pXO2-; two complete genomes sequenced for this strain with identical MLST sequences]USA, FloridaclusterIII
B38VGB.mycoides B38VSoil or plant, Sunflower (Helianthus annuus) rhizosphere (2010) [promotes sunflower growth]Brazil, Rio Grande do SulclusterVI
B5-2GB.c_group B5-2SoilChinaclusterII
BA1004GB.anthracis Ames BA1004(2000) [pXO1+/pXO2+]USA, TexasclusterIII
BA1035GB.anthracis BA1035Human, Clinical [pXO1+/pXO2+]South AfricaclusterIII