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Record number 534313
Title Samenvatting ESBL-Attributieanalyse (ESBLAT) : Op zoek naar de bronnen van antibioticaresistentie bij de mens
Author(s) Mevius, Dik; Heederik, Dick; Duijkeren, Engeline; Veldman, Kees; Essen, Alieda van; Kant, Arie; Liakopoulos, Apostolos; Geurts, Yvon; Pelt, Wilfrid van; Mughini Gras, Lapo; Schmitt, Heike; Dierikx, Cindy; Hoek, Angela van; Evers, Eric; Roda Husman, Annemaria de; Blaak, Hetty; Dissel, Jaap van; Smid, Joost; Dohmen, Wietske; Dorado-Garcia, Alejandro; Havelaar, Arie; Hordijk, Joost; Wagenaar, Jaap; Fluit, Ad; Bunt, Gerrita van den; Bonten, Marc; Velthuis, Annet; Heuvelink, Annet; Buter, Rianne; Gonggrijp, Maaike; Santman-Berends, Inge; Lam, Theo; Urlings, Bert; Heres, Lourens; Bouwknecht, Martijn; Groot, Jacques de
Source Netherlands : De Stichting TKI Agri&Food (TKI) - 11 p.
Department(s) CVI Bacteriology and Epidemiology
Publication type Research report
Publication year 2018
About Samenvatting over een project rondom ESBL's. Doelstellingen waren: vaststellen wat de bijdrage is van alle ESBL-reservoirs aan het dragerschap en infecties bij mensen en vaststellen wat de transmissieroutes zijn vanuit deze reservoirs naar de (geïnfecteerde) mens.
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