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Antibiotic Resistance in the Food Chain

We can be exposed to resistant bacteria in the food chain, for example by eating chicken meat. If the bacterium is pathogenic, it will cause a person to become sick, and they will not respond to antibiotics or other treatments. If the bacterium is not pathogenic, it can still contribute by transferring resistance genes to other, pathogenic bacteria.

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Antibiotic Resistance in the Food Chain

Friday, 16 July 2021

We can be exposed to resistant bacteria in the food chain, for example by eating chicken meat. If the bacterium is pathogenic, it will cause a person to become sick, and they will not respond to antibiotics or other treatments. If the bacterium is not pathogenic, it can still contribute by transferring resistance genes to other, pathogenic bacteria.

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Antibiotic Resistance in the Food Chain

We can be exposed to resistant bacteria in the food chain, for example by eating chicken meat. If the bacterium is pathogenic, it will cause a person to become sick, and they will not respond to antibiotics or other treatments. If the bacterium is not pathogenic, it can still contribute by transferring resistance genes to other, pathogenic bacteria.