Changes in colistin resistance and mcr-1 abundance in Escherichia coli of animal and human origins following the ban of colistin-positive additives in China: an epidemiological comparative study

  09 June 2020

The colistin withdrawal policy and the decreasing use of colistin in agriculture have had a significant effect on reducing colistin resistance in both animals and humans in China. However, continuous colistin monitoring is essential, in particular to act as an early warning system for colistin stewardship in Chinese hospitals.

Author(s): Prof Yang Wang, PhD Chunyan Xu, MS Prof Rong Zhang, PhD Prof Yiqiang Chen, PhD Yingbo Shen, PhD Prof Fupin Hu, PhD et al.
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