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Heavy metal resistance in bacteria from animals

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Resistance to metals and antimicrobials is a natural phenomenon that existed long before humans started to use these products for veterinary and human medicine. Bacteria carry diverse metal resistance genes, often harboured alongside antimicrobial resistance genes on plasmids or other mobile genetic elements. In this review we summarize the current knowledge about metal resistance genes in bacteria and we discuss their current use in the animal husbandry.
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TRANSFERABLE COPPER RESISTANCE, STAPHYLOCOCCUS-AUREUS MRSA, SEQUENCE, TYPE 398, ENTEROCOCCUS-FAECIUM STRAINS, ENCAPSULATED ZINC-OXIDE, IN-FEED, COPPER, ESCHERICHIA-COLI, CADMIUM RESISTANCE, SILVER RESISTANCE, FECAL, ENTEROCOCCI, Arsenic, Cadmium, Copper, Mercury, Silver, Zinc

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Argudin, MA, A Hoefer, and Patrick Butaye. “Heavy Metal Resistance in Bacteria from Animals.” RESEARCH IN VETERINARY SCIENCE 122 (2019): 132–147. Print.
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Argudin, M., Hoefer, A., & Butaye, P. (2019). Heavy metal resistance in bacteria from animals. RESEARCH IN VETERINARY SCIENCE, 122, 132–147.
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Argudin, MA, A Hoefer, and Patrick Butaye. 2019. “Heavy Metal Resistance in Bacteria from Animals.” Research in Veterinary Science 122: 132–147.
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Argudin, MA, A Hoefer, and Patrick Butaye. 2019. “Heavy Metal Resistance in Bacteria from Animals.” Research in Veterinary Science 122: 132–147.
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Argudin M, Hoefer A, Butaye P. Heavy metal resistance in bacteria from animals. RESEARCH IN VETERINARY SCIENCE. 2019;122:132–47.
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M. Argudin, A. Hoefer, and P. Butaye, “Heavy metal resistance in bacteria from animals,” RESEARCH IN VETERINARY SCIENCE, vol. 122, pp. 132–147, 2019.
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  abstract     = {Resistance to metals and antimicrobials is a natural phenomenon that existed long before humans started to use these products for veterinary and human medicine. Bacteria carry diverse metal resistance genes, often harboured alongside antimicrobial resistance genes on plasmids or other mobile genetic elements. In this review we summarize the current knowledge about metal resistance genes in bacteria and we discuss their current use in the animal husbandry.},
  author       = {Argudin, MA and Hoefer, A and Butaye, Patrick},
  issn         = {0034-5288},
  journal      = {RESEARCH IN VETERINARY SCIENCE},
  keywords     = {TRANSFERABLE COPPER RESISTANCE,STAPHYLOCOCCUS-AUREUS MRSA,SEQUENCE,TYPE 398,ENTEROCOCCUS-FAECIUM STRAINS,ENCAPSULATED ZINC-OXIDE,IN-FEED,COPPER,ESCHERICHIA-COLI,CADMIUM RESISTANCE,SILVER RESISTANCE,FECAL,ENTEROCOCCI,Arsenic,Cadmium,Copper,Mercury,Silver,Zinc},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {132--147},
  title        = {Heavy metal resistance in bacteria from animals},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.rvsc.2018.11.007},
  volume       = {122},
  year         = {2019},
}

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