Plaudits for antibiotic resistance tracking system

  12 February 2022

A surveillance approach for antimicrobial resistance among people and their livestock, co-developed and piloted by Roslin Institute scientists, has been hailed as a success story following an international meeting.

The multi-disciplinary method is designed to highlight links between infections, and resistance to antibiotic treatment, in people and animals in communities in low- and middle-income countries, which are disproportionally affected by antimicrobial resistance (AMR).

The approach could give valuable insight into how infection spreads between people and livestock in a community environment, and the timescales involved.

Author(s): The University of Edinburgh
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