Epidemiology of Clinically Relevant Antimicrobial Resistance at the Wildlife-Livestock-Human Interface in Nairobi

James Kerwin
Background Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) represents one of the great challenges facing global health security in the modern era. Wildlife species, particularly those that utilise urban environments, are an important but understudied component of AMR epidemiology. This study investigated AMR overlap between sympatric wildlife, humans, livestock and their shared environment across the developing city of Nairobi, Kenya. We use these data to examine the role of urban wildlife in the spread of clinically relevant AMR. Methods...
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