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Survival And Growth Of Antibiotic Resistant Bacteria In Treated Wastewater And Water Distribution System And Their Implication In Human Health: A Review
Author: Saif N. Al-bahry, I.y. Mahmoud I.y., J.r.paulson, S.k. Al-musharafi
Publisher: Internet Medical Publishing
11 pages
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Type of publication: Article
DOI: 10.3823/758
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It is clear that antibiotic-resistant bacteria can be detected in wastewater treatment plants. Treatment of sewage can reduce the number of both sensitive and resistant bacteria significantly.

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