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Article Published In Vol.2 (Sept-Oct-2014)

Multi-Drug Resistance in Indian Rivers: Review

Pages : 994-1001

Author : Sneha Verma and Anurag Rawat

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Now a day, riverine system is becoming under pressure due to antibodies interference which highly affect the fauna and flora biodiversity, and economic activities. These antibodies have significantly increased the antibodies resistant microbes present in the aquatic environment which act as reservoirs including rivers, sewage, ocean water and drinking water. Bacterial resistance is the superb example of biological evolution. Further, eutrophication of rivers and lakes facilitates the growth and survival of enteric pathogens. There is no regulation in India of the use of antibiotics. Therefore, this study is focused on increased surveillance of surface waters and development of prevention strategies for protection of public health.

Keywords: Antibodies, Pathogens, Eutrophication, Bacterial resistance.




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