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Wastewater reveals the levels of antibiotic resistance in a region

10:20 EDT 27 Mar 2019 | Science Daily

A comparison of seven European countries shows that the amount of antibiotic resistance genes in wastewater reflects the prevalence of clinical antibiotic resistance in the region. However, modern wastewater treatment plants seem to be able to eliminate antibiotic resistance efficiently.

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