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Last Posted: Apr 02, 2024
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Genomic surveillance for antimicrobial resistance - a One Health perspective.
Steven P Djordjevic et al. Nat Rev Genet 2023 9

From the abstract: "To understand and manage the threat posed to health (human, animal, plant and environmental) and security (food and water security and biosecurity), a multifaceted ‘One Health’ approach to AMR surveillance is required. Genomic technologies have enabled monitoring of the mobilization, persistence and abundance of AMR genes and mutations within and between microbial populations. Their adoption has also allowed source-tracing of AMR pathogens and modelling of AMR evolution and transmission. "

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