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Antibiotic Resistance in Aquatic Environments of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

By Felipe Hernandes Coutinho, Leonardo Henriques Pinto, Ricardo Pilz Vieira, Orlando Bonifacio Martins, Gigliola Rhayd Boechat Salloto, Deborah de Oliveira Santoro, Maysa Mandetta Clementino and Alexander Machado Cardoso

Submitted: June 1st 2012Published: April 17th 2013

DOI: 10.5772/54638

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Felipe Hernandes Coutinho, Leonardo Henriques Pinto, Ricardo Pilz Vieira, Orlando Bonifacio Martins, Gigliola Rhayd Boechat Salloto, Deborah de Oliveira Santoro, Maysa Mandetta Clementino and Alexander Machado Cardoso (April 17th 2013). Antibiotic Resistance in Aquatic Environments of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Perspectives in Water Pollution Imran Ahmad and Mithas Ahmad Dar, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/54638. Available from:

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