Étude de la résistance aux antibiotiques des entérocoques d'origine animale du Québec

@inproceedings{Tremblay2013tudeDL,
  title={{\'E}tude de la r{\'e}sistance aux antibiotiques des ent{\'e}rocoques d'origine animale du Qu{\'e}bec},
  author={Cindy-Love Tremblay},
  year={2013}
}
Enterococci are part of normal intestinal gut flora of animals and humans. Many studies have shown that enterococci from animal origin could represent an antimicrobial resistance genes reservoir for the human community. The two species Enterococcus faecalis and Enterococcus faecium are important in public health; they are responsible for approximately 12% of all nosocomial infections in the United States. In Canada, cases of colonization and/or infections to vancomycin resistant enterococci… CONTINUE READING

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