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|Title: ||Surveillance of salmonellae in India for drug resistance.|
|Authors: ||Saxena, S N|
Saini, S S
Soni, D V
Pahwa, R K
|Issue Date: ||1-Jun-1989|
|Citation: ||Saxena SN, Kumari N, Saini SS, Soni DV, Pahwa RK, Jayasheela M. Surveillance of salmonellae in India for drug resistance. Indian Journal of Medical Sciences. 1989 Jun; 43(6): 145-50|
|Abstract: ||Out of 3001 salmonella received during 1984-85, 2985 strains were tested for antibiotic resistance and R-pattern transfer. Multidrug resistance was observed in 73% of diarrhoeal and 43% of non-diarrhoeal isolates. Antibiotic resistance markers were transferable in 46.6% of diarrhoeal and 41.1% of non-diarrhoeal isolates. Two out of 4 salmonella sero-types isolated for the first time in India during this period were multidrug resistant.|
|Appears in Collections:||Indian Journal of Medical Sciences|
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