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Tylosin exposure may have limited role in resistome development

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Location of cattle production associated with differences in fecal microbiome and resistomes.

Colorado State University researchers Margaret Weinroth, Jennifer Martin, Enrique Doster, Ifigenia Geornaras, Jennifer Parker, Clay Carlson, Jessica Metcalf and Keith Belk and Paul S Morley with the Texas A&M University/West Texas A&M University Veterinary Education, Research & Outreach Center recently investigated the use of tylosin in feedlot rations on its effects on liver abscess prevalence and fecal and soil

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