Table 2.

Antibiotic resistancesa

Antibiotic (amt)Zone of inhibition (mm)b
B. subtilisPY79BactisubtilSubtylBiosubtyl “Dalat”DomuvarLactipan plus
Neomycin (30 μg)27–3025–2623–262543–4615–23
Streptomycin (10 μg)15–1614–1619–2116–1819–2416–19
Rifampin (5 μg)19–2416–1815–2018–2636–4030–31
Kanamycin (30 μg)3123–262126–304526–27
Penicillin G (1 U)25–2926–32<9<815–2020–26
Compound sulfonamides (300 μg)24–2815–27212532–4028–31
Tobramycin (10 μg)2824–2719–2125–303524–30
Novobiocin (30 μg)24–2620–2422–2318–251424–25
Tetracyline (10 μg)15–18621–2622–3018–2015
Chloramphenicol (50 μg)27–3212–1429–3028–3314–1529–30
Spectinomycin (10 μg)13–1510–14<12 9–1027–297–9
Erythromycin (15 μg)2919–2325–29311327–28
Ampicillin (25 μg)30–3133–3810–1411–1530–3229–31
Lincomycin (15 μg)16–1722–2716–2019–21 625–27
  • a Antibiotic-immpregnated discs (6 mm in diameter) were used to evaluate antibiotic sensitivities as described in Materials and Methods

  • b Zones of inhibition (diameter) from three individual experiments are given, with a value of 6 mm representing no zone of inhibition.