Identifying "Trojan horse" positions within tetM to neutralize tetracycline resistance

A.A.Y. Abouelfetouh, C.J. Kristich
2014 International Journal of Infectious Diseases  
this overall underprivileged population, factors found to be associated with colonization were mostly indicative of a somewhat higher socioeconomic status, potentially linked to a better access to healthcare services (and opportunities for ESBL-PE transmission or antibiotics prescription). While not found to be a significant factor in multivariate analysis, antibiotics use deserves to be further explored. Funding: Principality of Monaco http://dx.
doi:10.1016/j.ijid.2014.03.517 fatcat:ioeya2ikoja2rlxngk4ohhany4