Tag Archives: Antibiotics

Eliminating treatment with antibiotics in piglets increases diversity in their nasal microbial and promotes a better health

Sewage reveals levels of antimicrobial resistance worldwide

Foto: Jacob González-Solís (UB-IRBio)

Pathogens scattered by humans in polar latitudes threaten Antarctic wildlife

JIACRA-ES report; a One Health approach to associate consumption of antimicrobials and emergence of resistance

Impact of the microbiome on animal health

Cephalosporin resistance in Escherichia coli of broilers, flies and white storks

From the microbes of chickens to our plate

Campylobacter is one of the main responsible bacteria for foodborne diarrheal diseases. Most of the cases of diarrhea are associated with the consumption of food, mainly poultry meat contaminated with Campylobacter, hence, this bacterium represents a problem for food security of first order. Unlike Salmonella, Campylobacter is not part of the popular vocabulary, nor does it appear regularly in the media, although it is one of the pathogens responsible for the largest number of cases of diarrhea in humans in the European Union.

The use of antibiotics in pig farms may endanger public health? Study of the emergence of resistance.