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Vol. 10, Special Issue 7 (2021)

Current scenario of antibiotic-resistance in Indian aquaculture

Author(s):
Anwesha Roy, Avijit Biswas, Subal Kumar Ghosh, Hauzou Kim and Sagarika Swain
Abstract:
Antimicrobial or antibiotic resistance (AMR) as we all know is the ability of a pathogen to survive exposure to an antimicrobial agent that was previously an effective treatment. The AMR has been a growing threat to the health of humans and animals alike and has been identified as a major risk factor by the World Health Organization (WHO). Humans and animals have succumbed to antimicrobial-resistant pathogens and have led to nearly 1 million deaths worldwide. Fishes and other aquacultured species have also been affected by the growing threat of AMR. The current study aimed at providing a brief of the current scenario of AMR in Indian aquaculture.
Pages: 454-461  |  481 Views  257 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Anwesha Roy, Avijit Biswas, Subal Kumar Ghosh, Hauzou Kim and Sagarika Swain. Current scenario of antibiotic-resistance in Indian aquaculture. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2021; 10(7S): 454-461.

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