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    REPLACE: a European project on plants, their extracts and other natural alternatives to antimicrobials in animal feeds separator commenting unavailable

  • R J Wallace
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    Citation style for this article: Wallace R J. REPLACE: a European project on plants, their extracts and other natural alternatives to antimicrobials in animal feeds. Euro Surveill. 2005;10(9):pii=2657. https://doi.org/10.2807/esw.10.09.02657-en Received: ;   Accepted:

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The use of growth-promoting antibiotics in farming is thought to contribute to certain strains of animal gut bacteria developing resistance to some antibiotics. There is indirect evidence of such instances where resistance has transferred to human gut bacteria

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