The role of agriculture as a source of antimicrobial resistant bacteria (ARB) that may pose a threat to humans is so complex and dimly understood that a reliable risk analysis is nearly impossible right now, according to a recent report in mBio. But the authors suggest that a standardized monitoring program focusing on a few bacterial species and resistance genes could begin to fill the gaps.
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