Antimicrobial drug resistance in Salmonella: problems and perspectives in food- and water-borne infections

Antimicrobial drug-resistant strains of Salmonella spp. are becoming common in both industrialized and developing nations. It is now widely acknowledged in industrialized nations that the majority of these viruses are zoonotic, meaning they first develop resistance in their food-animal host before being transferred up the food chain to humans.

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