Antibacterial resistance, a public health problem


Adrián Zaragoza-Bastida


The search and development of antibacterial arises as the need to treat infectious diseases of bacterial origin, in human health as animal health. The discovery of molecules with antibacterial potential gave humanity peace of mind for many years regarding food health and safety, however, what Alexander Fleming warned in 1945 "the excessive use of penicillin will cause the selection of resistant bacteria".


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Adrián Zaragoza-Bastida

Research profesor
Academic Area of Veterinary Medicine and Zootechnics
Institute of Agricultural Sciences
Autonomous University of the State of Hidalgo
Hidalgo - Mexico
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