100 Billion CFU per gram
150-200 Billion CFU per gram
Aerobic preferred, but will grow anaerobically
Viable (Optimal) pH Range
5.5 to 8.5
Viable (Optimal) Temp. Range
5°C to 55°C (around 37°C)
Protease (strong), amylase, lipase
Lactose, sucrose, tagatose, trehalose, melibiose, esculin
The information contained in this documentation is true and accurate to the best of MicroSynergies® knowledge. Recommendations made are to be used as guidelines only and are accepted at the user’s risk; user must investigate and establish the suitability of all recommendations under user’s actual conditions.
Bacillus coagulans is a spore-forming, L+ lactic-acid-producing microorganism. Due to the unique amount of lactic acid B. coagulans produces, it was originally classified taxonomically as Lactobacillus sporogenes. Yet, because of the protective spore it forms around itself like other Bacillus species, it was later re-classified.
Because of this unique history, B. coagulans is thought of as a "best-of-both-worlds" organism: it has the added protection of it's spore with the desired benefits of good lactic acid production.
MicroChoice® Bacillus coagulans MS-99®
Bacillus coagulans BCg-wHC™
Bacillus coagulans BCg-UiW™
Additional Strain Information
Companion Animals (cats, dogs, equine, and goats)
Direct-Fed Microbials (beef, poultry, and swine)
QPS (Europe: EU/EEA)
EFSA (Europe: EU/EEA)
Health Canada for Human and Verinary Use