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Antibiotic resistance in bacteria has become a major global health problem. One of the main reservoirs of antibiotic resistance genes is the human gut microbiota. To characterise these genes, a metagenomic approach was used. In this study, a comprehensive antibiotic resistome catalog was established using fecal samples from 246 healthy individuals from world's longevity township in Jiaoling, China. In total, 606 antibiotic resistance genes were detected. Our results indicated that antibioticdoi:10.3390/antibiotics10081006 fatcat:pjdwcgyfkrbbthxgokgthryswq