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Effect of feeding antibiotics on experimental Staphylococcus aureus colonization on the surface of chickens



Effect of feeding antibiotics on experimental Staphylococcus aureus colonization on the surface of chickens



Avian Diseases 17(1): 24-30



Feeds supplemented with 50 ppm tylosin or 100 ppm chlortetracycline prevented colonization of skin and upper respiratory tract by a susceptible S. aureus strain. No effect was seen on colonization by a resistant strain. Chicks were inoculated sequentially with a macrolide-susceptible and a macrolide-resistant strain while fed a 50-ppm tylosin ration. This diet selectively advantaged the imposition of the resistant strain (selective antibiotic pressure effect). See also V.B. 42, abst. 6168.

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