RNA-Based Project to Study AMR Behaviors of Listeria Biofilms in Dairy Processing

  22 September 2022

Teagasc—the Agriculture and Food Development Authority of Ireland—and the University of Veterinary Medicine of Vienna are collaborating on a project that will explore the genetic and physiological responses of Listeria monocytogenes to dairy environment conditions. Called the LmRNA project, the study aims to identify molecular targets for antibiotics, as well as critical steps of dairy production that trigger relevant genes, to develop improved strategies for preventing antimicrobial resistance (AMR). 

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