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IPS Interdisciplinary Journal of Biological Sciences
Streptococcus suis; a dominant specie found in pigs and environs, has been receiving drastically attention not only in causing human infections but also for its involvement in antibiotic resistance, of which 80% of these resistant genes are encoded in the plasmid. This study was undertaken to evaluate the plasmid curing potentials of some selected plant seed extracts against antibiotic-resistant Streptococcus suis isolated from pigs and environs. Samples were collected from different anatomicaldoi:10.54117/iijbs.v1i1.4 fatcat:ixhnt5xjffbdbibkvsoelxm2gm