Antibiotic Resistant Bacteria are bacteria that cannot be killed or controlled by antibiotics. Most of the infecting bacteria can become resistant to at least one or two antibiotics. Anti-biotic resistance can be a serious disease and is currently, a major medical issue faced by scientists all over the world even though preventive, diagnostic and antibiotherapy techniques have improved significantly. In this book, scientists have presented observations from years of research, to provide an updated account on new strategies and methodologies from interventions against antibiotic resistant bacteria. This book deals with all the novel aspects of anti-biotic resistant organisms, providing insight into all recently developed techniques which is a valuable contribution to the progress of medical research such as mechanisms of antibiotic resistance in corynebacterium spp. causing infections in people, AR bacteria in food, assessment of antibiotic resistance in probiotic lactobacilli and susceptibility of probiotic bacteria.
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