2023
DOI: 10.1111/1541-4337.13181
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Antibiotic resistance mechanism and diagnosis of common foodborne pathogens based on genotypic and phenotypic biomarkers

Abstract: The emergence of antibiotic-resistant bacteria due to the overuse or inappropriate use of antibiotics has become a significant public health concern. The agri-food chain, which serves as a vital link between the environment, food, and human, contributes to the large-scale dissemination of antibiotic resistance, posing a concern to both food safety and human health. Identification and evaluation of antibiotic resistance of foodborne bacteria is a crucial priority to avoid antibiotic abuse and ensure food safety… Show more

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“…Spread of antibiotic resistance has been related to the fact that antibiotic‐resistant genes in plasmids can be inserted into bacterial chromosomes by recombination or transposition, or by exchanging genetic material between different bacterial strains by combination and transduction (Liao et al . 2023). Moreover, bacterial survival pressures present during food processing may trigger adaptive responses in bacteria that can exacerbate antibiotic resistance through cross‐protective mechanisms (Liao et al .…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Spread of antibiotic resistance has been related to the fact that antibiotic‐resistant genes in plasmids can be inserted into bacterial chromosomes by recombination or transposition, or by exchanging genetic material between different bacterial strains by combination and transduction (Liao et al . 2023). Moreover, bacterial survival pressures present during food processing may trigger adaptive responses in bacteria that can exacerbate antibiotic resistance through cross‐protective mechanisms (Liao et al .…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“… Alternate metabolic pathways : Another observed mechanism involves the bacterium capability to modify its metabolic pathways, causing the conventional targets of antimicrobials to disappear. An example is the acquisition of folate instead of its synthesis [ 102 ]. In addition, bacteria can transfer antibiotic resistance genes during cell division (vertical transfer).…”
Section: Risks Of Antibiotic Usementioning
confidence: 99%
“…The demand for antibiotics used in conventional applications remains substantial. However, the misuse of antibiotics has given rise to a host of resistance issues [5,6]. In response, the public is actively exploring alternatives to antibiotics [7,8].…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%