Litter commensal bacteria can limit the horizontal gene transfer of antimicrobial resistance to Salmonella in chickens

Adelumola Oladeinde
Fostering a 'balanced' gut microbiome through the administration of beneficial microbes that can competitively exclude pathogens has gained a lot of attention and use in human and animal medicine. However, little is known on how microbes affect the horizontal gene transfer of antimicrobial resistance (AMR). To shed more light on this question, we challenged neonatal broiler chicks raised on reused broiler chicken litter – a complex environment made up of decomposing pine shavings, feces, uric...
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