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Uso de antibióticos em aquacultura e resistência bacteriana: impacto em saúde pública

@inproceedings{Gastalho2014UsoDA,
  title={Uso de antibi{\'o}ticos em aquacultura e resist{\^e}ncia bacteriana: impacto em sa{\'u}de p{\'u}blica},
  author={S. Gastalho and Gustavo Montibeller da Silva and F. A. Ramos},
  year={2014}
}
Antibiotics are used in animal production, including aquaculture, to prevent and treat infectious disease. The administration of antibiotics has impact on the environment, and may lead to the emergence of antimicrobial resistance, in commensal bacteria both in human and animal gut, and in environmental bacteria, with the possible spread of resistance genes in diverse bacterial populations. The ability of horizontal transfer genes from environmental bacteria such as Aeromonas salmonicida to… CONTINUE READING
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