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RESIDUS D'ANTIBIOTIQUES DANS L'ENVIRONNEMENT et L'ALIMENTATION

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Environment International Volume 144, November 2020, Occurrence and ecological risks of pharmaceuticals in a Mediterranean river in Eastern Spain. Aceña et al., 2015 J.

Environment International Volume 144, November 2020, Occurrence and ecological risks of pharmaceuticals in a Mediterranean river in Eastern Spain

Aceña, S. Stampachiacchiere, S. Pérez, D. BarcelóAdvances in liquid chromatography - high-resolution mass spectrometry for quantitative and qualitative environmental analysis Al-Odaini et al., 2010 N.A. Altenburger et al., 2015 R. UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA - AOUT 2020 - Analysis finds environmental link to antibiotic resistance. Genetic testing finds heavy metal contamination is also a culprit Antibiotic resistance is an increasing health problem, but new research suggests it is not only caused by the overuse of antibiotics.

UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA - AOUT 2020 - Analysis finds environmental link to antibiotic resistance

It’s also caused by pollution. Using a process known as genomic analysis, University of Georgia scientists found a strong correlation between antibiotic resistance and heavy metal contamination in an environment. VIRUSES 05/10/19 Contamination by Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria in Selected Environments in Thailand. This study determined the presence of important antibiotic-resistant bacteria in selected environments in Thailand, including wastewater samples from 60 hospitals; washed fluid, leachate, flies, cockroaches, and rats collected from five open markets; washed fluid from garbage trucks; and stabilized leachate from a landfill facility.

VIRUSES 05/10/19 Contamination by Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria in Selected Environments in Thailand

Environment International Volume 130, September 2019, A conceptual framework for the environmental surveillance of antibiotics and antibiotic resistance. [HTML][HTML] A conceptual framework for the environmental surveillance of antibiotics and antibiotic resistance.

Environment International Volume 130, September 2019, A conceptual framework for the environmental surveillance of antibiotics and antibiotic resistance

FRONT. MICROBIOL. 20/08/19 Bacterial Heavy-Metal and Antibiotic Resistance Genes in a Copper Tailing Dam Area in Northern China. Introduction The rapid industrialization has led to a series of ecological and environmental problems (Sawut et al., 2018).

FRONT. MICROBIOL. 20/08/19 Bacterial Heavy-Metal and Antibiotic Resistance Genes in a Copper Tailing Dam Area in Northern China

One of the most urgent issues is heavy metal contamination that is harmful to both ecosystem functions and human health. Heavy metals are widely distributed in almost all types of soils (Zhao et al., 2012), sediment (Gati et al., 2016), and water bodies (Tang et al., 2014). FRONT. MICROBIOL. 08/03/19 Antibiotics in the Soil Environment—Degradation and Their Impact on Microbial Activity and Diversity. Introduction Antibiotics are complex molecules with different functional groups in their chemical structures and are divided into several classes (Figure 1, Table 1) depending on the mechanisms of action, i.e., inhibition of cell wall synthesis, alteration of cell membranes, inhibition of protein synthesis, inhibition of nucleic acids synthesis, competitive antagonism, and antimetabolite activity (Kümmerer, 2009).

FRONT. MICROBIOL. 08/03/19 Antibiotics in the Soil Environment—Degradation and Their Impact on Microbial Activity and Diversity

Antibiotics are widely prescribed for treatment of infectious diseases in humans and animals. Moreover, they are used in livestock to increase meat production by preventing infections or outbreaks of diseases and promoting growth at a global scale. MOLECULES 13/08/19 Transfer of a Multiclass Method for over 60 Antibiotics in Food from High Resolution to Low Resolution Mass Spectrometry. Molecules 2019, 24(16), 2935; (registering DOI) Received: 21 July 2019 / Revised: 8 August 2019 / Accepted: 10 August 2019 / Published: 13 August 2019 A multiclass method has been developed to screen and confirm a wide range of anti-microbial residues in muscle and milk, and validated using liquid-chromatography coupled to (low-resolution, LR) tandem mass spectrometry (LC-QqQ).

MOLECULES 13/08/19 Transfer of a Multiclass Method for over 60 Antibiotics in Food from High Resolution to Low Resolution Mass Spectrometry

Over sixty antibiotics, belonging to ten distinct families, were included in the method scope. The development process was rapidly concluded as a result of two previously implemented methods. UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS 05/02/19 Study reveals unsettling multidrug antibiotic resistance in remote Arctic soil microbes. LAWRENCE — A University of Kansas geologist’s work in the remote High Arctic of Norway has exposed the startling global spread of antibiotic-resistant microbes — including multidrug-resistant “superbugs” — that could have dire implications for human health worldwide.

UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS 05/02/19 Study reveals unsettling multidrug antibiotic resistance in remote Arctic soil microbes

Jennifer Roberts, professor and chair of geology at KU, began by investigating the microbial geochemistry of thawing permafrost and its release of methane, a powerful greenhouse gas that speeds global climate change. But follow-up analysis of the soil samples Roberts collected in the Kongsfjorden region of Svalbard, Norway, also showed that antibiotic-resistant genes have transferred into soil-microbe populations in one of Earth’s most remote locations. The findings by Roberts and an international team of colleagues from the United Kingdom and China were just published in the peer-reviewed journal Environment International.

The researchers say the antibiotic-resistant genes could have taken only a few pathways to the Arctic. Environment International Volume 124, March 2019, Antibiotics bioremediation: Perspectives on its ecotoxicity and resistance. Abdel-Hameed et al., 2018 E.S.S.

Environment International Volume 124, March 2019, Antibiotics bioremediation: Perspectives on its ecotoxicity and resistance

Abdel-Hameed, M.S. Salman, M.A. Fadl, A. Elkhateeb, M.A. Orient. LE MONDE 10/12/18 Enquête sur les usines d’antibiotiques indiennes, fabriques d’antibiorésistance. Trakia Journal of Sciences, No 2, pp 109-113, 2014 MULTIPLE ANTIBIOTIC RESISTANCE OF ENVIRONMENTAL BACTERIA ISOLATED FROM HEAVY METAL POLLUTED INDUSTRIAL REGION. Médicaments dans l'eau.

Résidus d'antibiotiques dans le miel

ANTIBIOTIQUES DANS LE FUMIER, LES BIOSOLIDES, LES SOLS FERTILISE. YannarellIL08. Dat-739. Rôle des résidus d'antibiotiques dans l'environnement hydrique sur la sélection et la diffusion de bactéries résistantes des genres "Aeromonas", "Acinetobacter" et "Legionella" La situation mondiale des pêches et de l'aquaculture, 2002 (SOFIA) Table des Matières. La croissance économique a aidé à diminuer la proportion de la population mondiale qui vit dans la pauvreté, mais le nombre de personnes qui sont encore pauvres reste inacceptable.

La situation mondiale des pêches et de l'aquaculture, 2002 (SOFIA) Table des Matières

Les effets positifs de la croissance sur la pauvreté ont été moindres que prévu, en partie du fait de la répartition inéquitable des bénéfices, de l’accroissement démographique et des retombées de l’épidémie de sida. En conséquence, beaucoup de gouvernements et d’institutions donatrices ont dû recentrer leur attention sur la pauvreté. Les rapports de la Banque mondiale sur le développement dans le monde pour 1990 et 2000, le Sommet mondial des Nations Unies sur l’alimentation et le développement social en 1995, et la Déclaration du Millénaire adoptée par les Nations Unies en 200014 font tous de la réduction de la pauvreté une priorité majeure.

La pauvreté qui sévit dans les communautés de pêche artisanale, comme dans d’autres secteurs, est difficile à mesurer. Solutions à l’intérieur du secteur des pêches. Document. Produits de la pêche au Vietnam et antibiotiques. Ecological antibiotic policy. Chemosphere : Analysis of veterinary antibiotic residues in swine wastewater and environmental water samples using optimized SPE-LC/MS/MS. Abstract Strategies for sample preparation, solid-phase extraction (SPE), clean-up, and detection conditions of an optimized solid-phase extraction-liquid chromatography/mass/mass spectrometry (SPE-LC/MS/MS) method for determining multi-residues of four classes of widely used antibiotics in pig farms, sulfonamides (SAs), fluoroquinolone (FQs), tetracycline (TCs) and chloramphenicol (CAP) were presented. The multi-residue analysis was used in MS analysis, selecting two precursor ions to produce ion transitions for each target compound. Samples of swine wastewater, lake water and groundwater collected from two pig farms in central China were used to test the applicability of the multi-residue analysis method.

The average antibiotics concentrations in groundwater, lake water, final effluent and influent swine wastewater were, respectively, 1.6–8.6, 5.7–11.6, 7.9–1172.3 and 8.5–21692.7 ng L−1 in summer; respectively, 2.0–7.3, 6.7–11.7, 5.8–409.5 and 32.8–11276.6 ng L−1 in winter. Keywords. Sisyphe.upmc. Sources et devenir des antibiotiques dans le bassin versant de la Seine - Première approche pour une évaluation des risques environnementaux. La présence de résidus d’antibiotiques dans les eaux de surface fait l’objet d’un intérêt croissant du fait de la possibilité d’un impact néfaste sur la qualité et le fonctionnement des écosystèmes aquatiques.

Par ailleurs, cette présence pourrait contribuer à l’apparition de souches bactériennes antibio-résistantes et de ce fait représenter un risque pour la santé publique. JRA2011-99poster. OccurrenceandenvironmentalfateofveterinaryantibioticsintheterrestrialenvironmentWaterAirSoilPoll2011.