Drug resistance in Salmonella typhimurium and its implications.

@article{Anderson1968DrugRI,
  title={Drug resistance in Salmonella typhimurium and its implications.},
  author={Elizabeth Scott Anderson},
  journal={British medical journal},
  year={1968},
  volume={3 5614},
  pages={
          333-9
        }
}
  • Elizabeth Scott Anderson
  • Published in British medical journal 1968
  • Biology, Medicine
  • A rise in Salmonella typhimurium infection was observed in calves in Britain during 1964-6, follwing the adoption of the intensive farming method. A single phage type of S. typhimurium, type 29, was incriminated as the major pathogen. Attempts to treat and control the disease with a range of antibiotics were ineffective, but resulted in the acquisition of transferable multiple drug resistance by type 29. The transmission of drug-resistant type 29, directly or indirectly, from bovines to man… CONTINUE READING

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