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15 April 2023 - P0126
Analysis of ESBL genes-carrying plasmids in Escherichia coli from livestock, wildlife and food sources
15 April 2023 - P0255
Genomic epidemiology, resistome, virulome and plasmidome analysis of extended spectrum beta-lactamases Escherichia coli and Klebsiella pneumoniae from migratory birds
14 September 2022 - P4-1
Transmission of clones and plasmids carrying resistances to critically important antibiotics within and between hospitalized dogs and their environment
18 September 2019
Genomic Diversity, Antimicrobial Resistance and Virulence of Klebsiella pneumoniaefrom Animal Carriage: a Comprehensive Analysis in an One Health Perspective
14 April 2019 - P1364
Intestinal colonisation of Portuguese sheep with Escherichia coli producing CTX-M and MCR-1
14 April 2019 - P1355
Emergence of carbapenem-resistant Enterobacter cloacae clinical isolates in a University hospital in Tunisia
24 April 2017 - P1086
Diversity of blaESBL genes in E. coli isolated from retail chicken meat in Brazil and France
24 April 2017 - P1094
Carbapenemase, ESBL, pmqr genes in Enterobacteriaceae from clinical specimens, hospital sewage, and wastewater treatment plants in Tunisia
22 April 2017 - P0377
A novel chromogenic culture media (CHROMagar COL-APSE) for the isolation and differentiation of colistin-resistant Gram-negative pathogens
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