tailieunhanh - Isolation and PCR amplification of E. coli from freshwater fish (Cirrhinus cirrhosis) and its PCR amplification of SHV gene

Aquaculture products can harbor pathogenic bacteria which are part of the natural microflora of the environment. Feeding infected fish with antibiotic- medicated food is a general practice but has led to antibiotic resistance development in bacterial pathogen, resulting in a higher dose requirement for effective control, a matter of increasing public concern. Resistance of pathogens to antibiotics occurs due to the presence of β-lactamase enzyme, thereby resulting in Multiple Drug Resistance (MDR). These enzymes are present in Enterobacteriaceae such as E. coli. | Isolation and PCR amplification of E. coli from freshwater fish Cirrhinus cirrhosis and its PCR amplification of SHV gene

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