Study finds high rate of resistant Campylobacter in Brazil

  17 February 2021

The study evaluated the antimicrobial resistance (AMR) and its molecular causes, as well the presence of plasmids in C. jejuni in the broiler production chain in Southern Brazil. Although Brazil is the world’s third largest producer of poultry meat and the world’s main exporter, there are few studies regarding antimicrobial resistance in C. jejuni in the country.


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