Wildlife is overlooked in the epidemiology of medically important antimicrobial resistant bacteria

  18 June 2019

Wild animals foraging in the human-influenced environment are colonised by bacteria with clinically important antibiotic resistance. The occurrence of such bacteria in wildlife is influenced by various biological, ecological and geographical factors which have not yet been fully understood.

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