Multi-resistant Enterobacteriaceae in yellow-legged gull chicks in their first weeks of life

Patrick Durand
Wild animal species living in anthropogenic areas are commonly carriers of antimicrobial resistant bacteria (AMRB), but their role in the epidemiology of these bacteria is unclear. Several studies on AMRB in wildlife have been cross-sectional in design and sampled individual animals at only one point in time. To further understand the role of wildlife in maintaining and potentially transmitting these bacteria to humans and livestock, longitudinal studies are needed in which samples are collected from...
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