Open access peer-reviewed Edited Volume

Antibiotic Resistant Bacteria

A Continuous Challenge in the New Millennium

Edited by Marina Pana

Cantacuzino Institute

Antibiotic-resistant bacterial strains remain a major global threat, despite the prevention, diagnosis and antibiotherapy, which have improved considerably. In this thematic issue, the scientists present their results of accomplished studies, in order to provide an updated overview of scientific information and also, to exchange views on new strategies for interventions in antibiotic-resistant bacterial strains cases and outbreaks. As a consequence, the recently developed techniques in this field will contribute to a considerable progress in medical research.

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Antibiotic Resistant BacteriaA Continuous Challenge in the New MillenniumEdited by Marina Pana

Published: April 4th 2012

DOI: 10.5772/1058

ISBN: 978-953-51-0472-8

eBook (PDF) ISBN: 978-953-51-4308-6

Copyright year: 2012

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92854 Total Chapter Downloads

37 Crossref Citations

113 Web of Science Citations

130 Dimensions Citations

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1. Antibiotic Resistance: An Emerging Global Headache

By Maimoona Ahmed

2769

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2. Antibiotic Resistance in Nursing Homes

By Giorgio Ricci, Lucia Maria Barrionuevo, Paola Cosso, Patrizia Pagliari and Aladar Bruno Ianes

2309

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3. The Natural Antibiotic Resistances of the Enterobacteriaceae Rahnella and Ewingella

By Wilfried Rozhon, Mamoona Khan and Brigitte Poppenberger

3456

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4. Trends of Antibiotic Resistance (AR) in Mesophilic and Psychrotrophic Bacterial Populations During Cold Storage of Raw Milk, Produced by Organic and Conventional Farming Systems

By Patricia Munsch-Alatossava, Vilma Ikonen, Tapani Alatossava and Jean-Pierre Gauchi

2011

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5. Stability of Antibiotic Resistance Patterns in Agricultural Pastures: Lessons from Kentucky, USA

By Sloane Ritchey, Siva Gandhapudi and Mark Coyne

1789

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6. Emergence of Antibiotic Resistant Bacteria from Coastal Environment - A Review

By K.C.A. Jalal, B. Akbar John, B.Y. Kamaruzzaman and K. Kathiresan

2833

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7. Biofilms: A Survival and Resistance Mechanism of Microorganisms

By Castrillón Rivera Laura Estela and Palma Ramos Alejandro

4334

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8. Antibiotic Resistance, Biofilms and Quorum Sensing in Acinetobacter Species

By K. Prashanth, T. Vasanth, R. Saranathan, Abhijith R. Makki and Sudhakar Pagal

6966

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9. Prevalence of Carbapenemases in Acinetobacter baumannii

By M.M. Ehlers, J.M. Hughes and M.M. Kock

6149

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10. Staphylococcal Infection, Antibiotic Resistance and Therapeutics

By Ranginee Choudhury, Sasmita Panda, Savitri Sharma and Durg V. Singh

4660

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11. Antibiotic Resistance in Staphylococcus Species of Animal Origin

By Miliane Moreira Soares de Souza, Shana de Mattos de Oliveira Coelho, Ingrid Annes Pereira, Lidiane de Castro Soares, Bruno Rocha Pribul and Irene da Silva Coelho

3394

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12. Current Trends of Emergence and Spread of Vancomycin-Resistant Enterococci

By Guido Werner

7375

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13. Single Cell Level Survey on Heterogenic Glycopeptide and β-Lactams Resistance

By Tomasz Jarzembowski, Agnieszka Jóźwik, Katarzyna Wiśniewska and Jacek Witkowski

1751

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14. Clinically Relevant Antibiotic Resistance Mechanisms Can Enhance the In Vivo Fitness of Neisseria gonorrhoeae

By Elizabeth A. Ohneck, Jonathan A. D'Ambrozio, Anjali N. Kunz, Ann E. Jerse and William M. Shafer

2117

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15. Mechanisms of Antibiotic Resistance in Corynebacterium spp. Causing Infections in People

By Alina Olender

4894

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16. The MarR Family of Transcriptional Regulators - A Structural Perspective

By Thirumananseri Kumarevel

3038

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17. Antibiotic Resistance Patterns in Faecal E. coli: A Longitudinal Cohort-Control Study of Hospitalized Horses

By Mohamed O. Ahmed, Nicola J. Williams, Peter D. Clegg, Keith E. Baptiste and Malcolm Bennett

2467

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18. Clinical Impact of Extended-Spectrum β-Lactamase-Producing Bacteria

By Yong Chong

2281

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19. Occurrence, Antibiotic Resistance and Pathogenicity of Non-O1 Vibrio cholerae in Moroccan Aquatic Ecosystems: A Review

By Khalid Oufdou and Nour-Eddine Mezrioui

2173

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20. Antimicrobial Resistance of Bacteria in Food

By María Consuelo Vanegas Lopez

3514

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21. Antimicrobial Resistance Arising from Food-Animal Productions and Its Mitigation

By Lingling Wang and Zhongtang Yu

2032

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22. Design, Development and Synthesis of Novel Cephalosporin Group of Antibiotics

By Kumar Gaurav, Sourish Karmakar, Kanika Kundu and Subir Kundu

5853

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23. Assessment of Antibiotic Resistance in Probiotic Lactobacilli

By Masanori Fukao and Nobuhiro Yajima

4247

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24. Antimicrobial Resistance and Potential Probiotic Application of Enterococcus spp. in Sea Bass and Sea Bream Aquaculture

By Ouissal Chahad Bourouni, Monia El Bour, Pilar Calo-Mata and Jorge Barros-Velàzquez

3239

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25. Antibiotic-Free Selection for Bio-Production: Moving Towards a New "Gold Standard"

By Régis Sodoyer, Virginie Courtois, Isabelle Peubez and Charlotte Mignon

3772

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26. Antibiotic Susceptibility of Probiotic Bacteria

By Zorica Radulović, Tanja Petrović and Snežana Bulajić

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