AVM volume 1, issue 1, P52-58 2008 DOI: 10.46784/e-avm.v1i1.223 View full text
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Radomir Ratajac, Dragica Stojanović, Milanka Jezdimirović, Branislav Lako, Dušan Orlić, Igor Stojanov

Abstract: In spite of modern improvements in slaughter hygiene and food production techniques, prevention and therapy of infective animal diseases, especially zoonosis, is necessary because food safety has been an increasingly important public health issue. Using chemotherapeutic drugs against pathogen microorganisms raises the possibility of developing resistance of bacteria (common for animals and humans) to certain drugs. Another important issue is presence of drug residua in food of animal origin. The use of essenti…

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