CAMR

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AcronymDefinition
CAMRClean Air Mercury Rule
CAMRCoalition for the Advancement of Medical Research
CAMRCamera
CAMRCentre for Applied Microbiology and Research
CAMRColin Archer Memorial Race (Netherlands to Norway sailing race)
CAMRChloramphenicol Resistance (gene)
CAMRCisco Access Metro Router
CAMRChorioathetosis with Mental Retardation and Abnormal Behavior
CAMRCenter for Alternative Medicine and Research and Education (Harvard Medical School; also seen as CAMRE)
CAMRCenteralized Autonomous Message Reporting (Alcatel)
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Seventy percent GP's mentioned that resistance of quinolones was rising in Pakistan, 13% mentioned quinolones, ceftriaxone and chloramphenicol (all three is rising) while 12% mentioned chloramphenicol resistance was rising.
Several researcher have studied the chloramphenicol resistance (3.1-49%) in environmental isolates (23,24) and is in line with the current study.
The high prevalence of penicillin and chloramphenicol resistance recorded poses a serious public health concern since these antibiotics stand less chance of curing infected patients who use the surveyed water sources as drinking water or for domestic purposes.
Vila, "CraA, a major facilitator superfamily efflux pump associated with chloramphenicol resistance in Acinetobacter baumannii," Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy, vol.
However, the observed resistance can be due to coselection of chloramphenicol resistance by sulphonamides and streptomycin use [29], which are extensively used.
BSf-418 BSf- 480 and BSf-4162) with chloramphenicol resistance were also successfully introduced into E.
A notable feature of lineage II is chloramphenicol resistance resulting from a cat gene within a specific Tn21-like element, carried by the virulence-associated plasmid pSLT (3).
[22] reported that 3% of the seawater samples contained resistance to chloramphenicol but in this study chloramphenicol resistance was 15.7%.
Chloramphenicol resistance in Staphylococcus intermedius from a single veterinary center: evidence for plasmid and chromosomal location of the resistance genes.