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Use of Antimicrobials from Plants in Feed as a Control Measure for Pathogenic Microorganisms

AutorZanini, Surama F.; Rodrigo Aliaga, Dolores ; Pina Pérez, Maria Consuelo ; Sanz Puig, María ; Martínez López, Antonio
Palabras claveAnimal feed
Campylobacter jejuni
Escherichia coli
Fecha de publicación13-ago-2015
EditorOMICS Publishing Group
CitaciónJournal of Microbial & Biochemical Technology (2015) 7: 248-252
ResumenAnimal Feed has become an increasing critical component of the integrated food chain, in 2010 about 1000 mt of animal feed was produced globally and 150 mt in the EU27. The animal feed has an important impact in the human health. The farm or feedlot is the origin of microorganisms introduced onto carcasses during slaughter and dressing. It appears that changes in diet and management practices could precipitate increased shedding of pathogens. Additionally, antibiotics are used in animals, not only for treatment or prevent diseases, but also to promote growth. As a result of the use of antibiotics, food can contain antibiotic-resistant bacteria and resistance genes with important public health consequences. Although antibiotics are banned as growth promoters in the European Union and some other countries, this is not the case throughout the WHO European Region. Travel and the globalization of trade further increase the risk of spreading antibiotic-resistant bacteria.
Versión del editorhttp://dx.doi.org/10.4172/1948-5948.1000218
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