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- Barilli, E.; Vismarra, A.; Villa, Z.; Bonilauri, P.; Bacci, C.
- International journal of food microbiology 2019 v.289 pp. 162-167
- genetic analysis, etc ; Escherichia coli; Gram-negative bacteria; antibiotic resistance; biofilm; cephalosporins; cooked foods; cross contamination; enzymes; feces; food animals; food chain; food consumption; genes; human health; ingestion; morbidity; mortality; multiple drug resistance; phenotype; pork; public health; raw meat; risk; sausages; slaughterhouses; swine; virulence; virulent strains; Show all 29 Subjects
- ... Resistance to new generation cephalosporins is an important public health problem globally, in terms of economic and social costs, morbidity and mortality. Βeta-lactamase enzymes are mainly responsible for the antibiotic resistance of Gram negative bacteria and extended-spectrum-β-lactamases (ESβLs) are one of the major determinants of resistance against oxymino-cephalosporins in Enterobacteriacea ...