Salmonella spp. Isolated from Poultry Meat and HIV-Infected Patients in Hyderabad, India: Genetic Determinants Responsible for Multi-Drug Resistance
In order to educate public policy on the appropriate use of antimicrobial drugs in animal and human treatment, it is vital to keep track of antimicrobial resistance among bacteria that have been isolated from both humans and animals. 200 Salmonella species were able to be isolated from clinical as well as animal samples. It was determined if any of the isolates exhibited antimicrobial action. Chicken meat isolates had the highest antimicrobial concentration of all of the other types. This study demonstrates that the plasmid profiles of the two different kinds of isolates are not comparable to one another. Observed on the findings as a whole, there was no evidence of a compatible association between the clinical and meat isolates. No link was observed between the isolates in terms of antibacterial susceptibility, virulence gene content, or plasmid profile during the study of these factors. However, these data provide credence to the theory that antibiotic-resistant Salmonella infections in humans may be indirectly caused by human consuming chicken meat as one of the probable origins of these infections.
How to cite this article: Dhawan L. Salmonella spp. Isolated from Poultry Meat and HIV Infected Patients in Hyderabad, India: Genetic Determinants Responsible for Multi-Drug Resistance. J Durg Dis Dev 2022;6(1): 29-33.
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