The main historical facts related to Alicyclobacillus are as follows: 1967 : Uchino and Doi of Nagoya University (Aichi Pref., Japan) reported the isolation of a spore-forming bacteria from a hot spring site near Lake Tazawa (Iwate Pref., Japan), that grew under acidic and geothermal conditions, and has very similar characteristics to Bacillus coagulans 1).
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