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Antimicrobial Resistance in Agriculture

  • ID: 4790345
  • Book
  • September 2019
  • Region: Global
  • 392 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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Antimicrobial Resistance in Agriculture: Perspective, Policy and Mitigation is a valuable industrial resource that addresses complex, multi-factorial topics regarding farm, wild, companion animals, fish, and how the environment plays an important role in amplification and transmission of resistant bugs into the human food chain. Information of phenotypical and genotypical properties of each bacterial genus associated with antimicrobial resistance, transmission dynamics from different reservoirs (food animals, poultry, fishes) and control measures with alternative therapy, such as phytobiotics and nanomaterials are provided. Researchers, scientists and practitioners will find this an essential resource on the judicial use of antibiotics in animals and humans.

  • Explores all the genera of livestock and fish originated pathogenic bacteria associated with antimicrobial resistance
  • Presents cutting-edge research on epigenetics, nanotechnology and intervention technologies
  • Discusses transmission dynamics of resistance gene pools from different reservoirs, including food animals, poultry, fishes and the environment

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1. History of antimicrobial resistance
2. Use of antimicrobials and antibiotics in livestock, poultry, fishery and agriculture
3. The emergence of antimicrobialresistant bacteria in livestock, poultry and agriculture
4. Emergence of antimicrobial resistant bacteria in aquaculture
5. Emergence of antimicrobial-resistant bacteria in environment
6. ß-Lactamase
7. Carbapenem resistance
8. Resistance to fluoroquinolones
9. Resistance to aminoglycoside, tetracycline and macrolides
10. Colistin resistance
11. Antifungal resistance
12. Biofilm formation and persister cells
13. Salmonella
14. Klebsiella
15. Escherichia coli
16. Staphylococcus
17. Streptococcus
18. Actinobacillus
19. Campylobacter
20. Clostridium
21. Pasteurella and Mannheimia
22. Vibrio
23. Pseudomonas
24. Aeromonas
25. Mycobacterium
26. Candida
27. Others
28. Cross-resistance between biocides and antimicrobials
29. Antimicrobial stewardship
30. Alternative antiinfective therapy
31. Immunotherapy
32. Antimicrobial resistance: one health approach
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Samanta, Indranil
Dr. Indranil Samanta, M.V.Sc. (Veterinary Bacteriology), Ph.D. (Veterinary Microbiology), Assistant Professor (Sr.), Department of Veterinary Microbiology, West Bengal University of Animal and Fishery Sciences, Kolkata, West Bengal, India.
Bandyopadhyay, Samiran
M.V.Sc. (Veterinary Medicine), Ph.D. (Veterinary Medicine), Senior Scientist, ICAR-Indian Veterinary Research Institute, Eastern Regional Station, Kolkata, West Bengal, India.
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