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Multiple-pipeline to minimise antibiotic resistance

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Zhi-Tian Li, Kai Wu and Zhong Jia
Abstract: 

Background:
Antibiotic resistance is becoming a global issue, mainly because of abuse or excessive antibiotic using in developing countries of Asia, which has aroused more attention and criticism.
Methods:
All data was collected from publically published official reports or via searching antibiotic resistance-related articles in PubMed. Based on the evidence and expertise, some valuable suggestion was proposed.
Results:
Antibiotic resistance is not only resulting from smart bacteria gene mutation, but also resulting from excessive using of antibiotic on agriculture aspect and clinical practice.
Conclusions:
Multiple-pipeline efforts to cut off unfair profit links and regular application indication in both infection and agriculature, may minimize antibiotic resistance at the maximum extent.

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