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Exploring the evidence base for national and regional policy interventions to combat resistance
The effectiveness of existing policies to control antimicrobial resistance is not yet fully understood. A strengthened evidence base is needed to inform effective policy interventions acrossExpand
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Evidence-based policy for controlling antimicrobial resistance in the food chain in Denmark
Emergence of antimicrobial resistance (AMR) in the animal reservoir forms a risk for human health. The use of antimicrobials in animals is the major cause of development of AMR in bacteria inExpand
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Integrating Genome-based Informatics to Modernize Global Disease Monitoring, Information Sharing, and Response
The rapid advancement of genome technologies holds great promise for improving the quality and speed of clinical and public health laboratory investigations and for decreasing their cost. The latestExpand
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Methanogens in humans: potentially beneficial or harmful for health
Methanogens are anaerobic prokaryotes from the domain archaea that utilize hydrogen to reduce carbon dioxide, acetate, and a variety of methyl compounds into methane. Earlier believed to inhabit onlyExpand
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Life cycle assessments of aquaculture systems: a critical review of reported findings with recommendations for policy and system development
The aquaculture sector is anticipated to be a keystone in food production systems in the coming decades. However, it is associated with potentially important environmental damages caused by itsExpand
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One Health and Food Safety
Many, if not most, of all important zoonoses relate in some way to animals in the food production chain. Therefore food becomes an important vehicle for many zoonotic pathogens. One of the majorExpand
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Salmonella in Retail Food and Wild Birds in Singapore—Prevalence, Antimicrobial Resistance, and Sequence Types
  • K. T. Aung, H. Chen, +16 authors L. Ng
  • Biology, Medicine
  • International journal of environmental research…
  • 31 October 2019
Non-typhoidal salmonellosis is a leading cause of foodborne zoonosis. To better understand the epidemiology of human salmonellosis, this study aimed to determine the prevalence, antimicrobialExpand
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Use of the Polymerase Chain Reaction for the Detection
Clinical Infectious Diseases 1997;25:939 SIR—We read with interest the article by Murdoch et al. [1], q 1997 by The University of Chicago. All rights reserved. 1058–4838/97/2504–0035$03.00 whichExpand
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Exercise and Gut Microbiome
Chronic diseases, including cardiovascular disease, diabetes, obesity etc. now account for 60% of all recorded deaths globally. Physical inactivity and an unbalanced diet are important risk factorsExpand
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