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Antibiotic resistance: mitigation opportunities in livestock sector development

  • T. P. Robinson (a1), D. P. Bu (a2), J. Carrique-Mas (a3), E. M. Fèvre (a4), M. Gilbert (a5), D. Grace (a6), S. I. Hay (a7) (a8), J. Jiwakanon (a9), M. Kakkar (a10), S. Kariuki (a11), R. Laxminarayan (a12), J. Lubroth (a13), U. Magnusson (a14), P. Thi Ngoc (a15), T. P. Van Boeckel (a16) and M. E. J. Woolhouse (a17)...
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Robinson, TP, Wertheim, HFL, Kakkar, M, Kariuki, S, Bu, D and Price, LB 2016. Animal production and antimicrobial resistance in the clinic. The Lancet 387, e1e3.
Van Boeckel, TP, Brower, C, Gilbert, M, Grenfell, BT, Levin, SA, Robinson, TP, Teillant, A and Laxminarayan, R 2015. Global trends in antimicrobial use in food animals. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112, 56495654.
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