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Fifty Clostridium perfringens strains were isolated from individual dogs with acute diarrhoea that were not given antibiotics. Toxin types and minimal inhibitory concentrations of 15 antibiotics were determined for each of them. All strains harboured the alpha-toxin gene, 12 of them had both the alpha- and entero-toxin gene and 5 had both the alpha- and beta2-toxin gene. Eighteen percent of th ...

SUBJECT: antibioticos; resistencia a productos quimicos; suisse; perro; resistance aux produits chimiques

POSTED TO: Archives Suisses de Medecine Veterinaire. Archivio Svizzero di Medicina Veterinaria. Swiss Archive for Veterinary Medicine [0036-7281]

Undecylprodiginine and streptorubin B are red-pigmented antibiotics produced by Streptomyces coelicolor A3(2). In this study, we investigated the correlation between productivity of these red-pigmented antibiotics and stress of pH shock. Biosynthesis of these red-pigmented antibiotics is enhanced at acidic pH shock on solid R2YE medium. The optimal pH shock is pH 4 which led to 1.6 fold and tw ...

SUBJECT: antibioticos; acidic ph shock; streptomyces coelicolor; red-pigmented antibiotics; antibiotique

POSTED TO: Korean Journal of Microbiology and Biotechnology [1598-642X]

The role of companion animals as a source of antibiotic resistant bacteria has historically been given little emphasis when compared with that of food animals. However, various resistant bacteria may cause serious treatment problems in companion animal medicine. Some of the most important multidrug-resistant bacteria include methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus pseudintermedius (MRSP), methici ...

SUBJECT: antibioticos; resistance to antibiotics; resistencia a los antibioticos; letonia; bacteria

POSTED TO: Veterinarmedicinas raksti (Latvia) [1407-1754]


The pig industry is often accused for overuse of antibiotics, which may select for antibiotic resistance. Antibiotic resistance in bacteria from pigs and other food production animals is of great public concern due to potential consequences for human health. In 2011, a new research project was launched in Denmark aiming to investigate the influence of different antibiotic treatment regimes on ...

SUBJECT: efficacite; antibioticos; resistance to antibiotics; resistencia a los antibioticos; letonia

POSTED TO: Veterinarmedicinas raksti (Latvia) [1407-1754]

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The E-test method was employed to assess the sensitivity of 114 Escherichia coli, isolates to 10 antimicrobials. All E. coli isolates were obtained from weaned piglets that died with clinical signs of diarrhea. E. coli isolates showed highest rate of resistance to oxytetracycline, streptomycin and sulphametoxazole/trimethoprim (89%, 74% and 50% of isolates, respectively), whereas 68% of the is ...

SUBJECT: croacia; escherichia coli; resistance to antibiotics; porcin; entarotoxine

POSTED TO: Acta Veterinaria (Serbia) [0567-8315]



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Pasteurella multocida is a well known cause of morbidity and mortality in rabbits. The predominant szndrome is upper respiratory disease or snuffles. Occassionally rabbots harbor chronic infections of internal tissues or organs, such as middle ears or lungs, without anz signs of rhinitis and are negative for Pasteurella multicida by nasal culture. In a survey for the strains of P. multicida pr ...

SUBJECT: pasteurella multocida; resistance to antibiotics; antibiaticos; rabbits; bulgaria

Overuse of veterinary antibiotics threats public health and surrounding environment due to the occurrence of antibiotic resistant bacteria. The objective of this study was to evaluate the antibiotic's concentrations of tetracycline (TC), chlortetracycline (CTC), and oxytetracycline (OTC) in a tetracycline group (TCs), sulfamethazine (SMT), sulfamethoxazole (SMX), and sulfathiazole (STZ) in a s ...

SUBJECT: residual antibiotics; sol; antibiotic monitoring; eau; soil

POSTED TO: Korean Journal of Soil Science and Fertilizer [0367-6315]

Novel Approaches to Monitoring and Remediation of Veterinary Antibiotics in Soil and Water: A Review

Awad, Yasser M., Kangwon National University, Chuncheon et al. [dec2010]

A vast increase of antibiotics usage in concentrated animal feeding operations (CAFOs) over the last few decades has led to an environmental risk due to the presence of antibiotic residuals in different environmental compartments. Especially in Korea, the use of antibiotics in CAFOs is much greater than in other developed countries. One of the primary adverse impacts of antibiotic residuals in ...

SUBJECT: antibioticos; antibiotic quantification; antibiotique; remediation; antibiotics

POSTED TO: Korean Journal of Environmental Agriculture [1225-3537]

SUBJECT: efficiency; collectotrichum; bacteria; watermelon; plant disease

POSTED TO: Kaen Kaset [0125-0485]

The results of the study of antibiotic resistance of Enterobacteriaceae isolated from water of the Volga River delta and the gills, liver, colon zander are presented. The material was collected in the the Volga River delta from 1999 to 2010. 355 representatives of zander and 300 samples of water are analyzed. As a result, there have been tested 1296 strains of Enterobacteriaceae isolated from ...

SUBJECT: variation saisonniere; antibioticos; resistance to antibiotics; branchie; branquias

POSTED TO: Vestnik of Astrakhan State Technical University. Series: Fishing Industry [2073-5529]