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ESBL/AmpC-producing strains

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28.04.2017
Presentation Jessica Meißner, TiHo Hannover
Significance of environmental contaminations on the development of bacterial resistance against antibacterial agents in indicator animals 6.2 MB
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28.04.2017
Presentation Dr. Alexandra Irrgang, BfR, Berlin
Detection of VIM-1 carbapenemase encoding E. coli in German pig production 2.1 MB
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28.04.2017
Presentation Dr. Guido Correia Carreira, BfR, Berlin
Possibilities and Limits of Logistic Regression in a Study of the transmission dynamics of ESBL/AmpC producing E. coli between broiler flocks 1.4 MB
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28.04.2017
Presentation Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Witte, RKI, Wernigerode
Occurrence of cfr-encodes linezolid resistance in coagulase-negative staphylococci from livestock and exposed humans 747.8 KB
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27.04.2017
Presentation Dr. Phillip Jung, University Saarland, Homburg/Saar
Staphylococcus aureus CC398: Factors promoting host adhesion and immune evasion 5.3 MB
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27.04.2017
Presentation Dr. Boris Oberheitmann, Q-Bioanalytic, Bremerhaven
Development of diagnostic kits for selected markers of resistance, virulence and zoonotic transmission among methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus strains 1.8 MB
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27.04.2017
Presentation Michael Pietsch, RKI, Wernigerode
NGS-based analysis of AmpC-beta-lactamase CMY-2-producing Escherichia coli from humans, livestock and food in Germany 2.4 MB
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27.04.2017
Presentation Tobias Kaufholz, BfR, Berlin
Social Networks in the pig barn 7.5 MB
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27.04.2017
Presentation Sonja Schoenfelder, University of Würzburg
Antibiotic resistance profiles of coagulase-negative staphylococci in livestock environments 3.2 MB
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Communication

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22.01.2015
BfR Communication No. 003/2015
Antimicrobial Resistance in Livestock and Food - Its Significance for Human Medicine and Options for Action in Risk Management 44.0 KB
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Press releases

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26.04.2017
15/2017
Antimicrobial resistance: successful interdisciplinary efforts

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Third party projects

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