Sara J. Ramsden

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In this study, the abilities of two anaerobic digestion processes used for sewage sludge stabilization were compared for their ability to reduce the quantities of three genes that encode resistance to tetracycline (tet(A), tet(O), and tet(X)) and one gene involved with integrons (intI1). A two-stage, thermophilic/mesophilic digestion process always resulted(More)
AIMS The goal of this study was to determine the antimicrobial susceptibility of bacteria isolated from three municipal wastewater treatment plants. METHODS AND RESULTS Numerous bacterial strains were isolated from three municipal wastewater treatment facilities on tetracycline- (n=164) and ciprofloxacin-amended (n=65) growth media. These bacteria were(More)
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