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Frank Møller Aarestrup

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Danish Technical University

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Danish Technical University

Anker Engelunds Vej 1

Lyngby, North Denmark,

Denmark

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Employment History

Microbiologist

Technical University of Denmark


Professor

National Food Institute at the Technical University of Denmark


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Resistance to last-resort antibiotic has now spread across globe | New Scientist

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After their announcement, Frank Aarestrup of the Danish Technical University in Lyngby immediately searched for the sequence in a Danish database of bacterial DNA sampled from people, animals and food.
He found it in one person who had a blood infection earlier this year, and in five bacterial samples from poultry meat imported from Germany between 2012 and 2014. The poultry could have been raised outside Germany, says Aarestrup - he doesn't know its origin. But ominously, all the bacteria also carried genes conferring resistance to many other antibiotics, including penicillin and cephalosporins. "We do not now know where in the world it originated" The genes found in Denmark and China are the same, says Aarestrup, suggesting mcr-1 has travelled, rather than arising independently in each place.


antibiotic resistance

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Initial research by Frank Aarestrup of the Danish Veterinary Laboratory found evidence of widespread glycopeptide resistance on farms where avoparcin was used and was heavily relied on in justification for the Danish and German bans.
In July 1996, the EU's SCAN considered the scientific foundation for the German and Danish bans. its members wanted hard evidence for a natural and sustainable transfer of resistance from livestock to humans, but did not get it. Their report said that Aarestrup had obtained contradictory results in later studies-and that, in any event, he found only small numbers of resistant bacteria which were unable to grow without assistance.


www.ttopstart.com

After their announcement, Frank Aarestrup of the Danish Technical University in Lyngby immediately searched for the sequence in a Danish database of bacterial DNA sampled from people, animals and food.
He found it in one person who had a blood infection earlier this year, and in five bacterial samples from poultry meat imported from Germany between 2012 and 2014.


gizmodo.com

After their announcement, Frank Aarestrup of the Danish Technical University in Lyngby immediately searched for the sequence in a Danish database of bacterial DNA sampled from people, animals and food.
He found it in one person who had a blood infection earlier this year, and in five bacterial samples from poultry meat imported from Germany between 2012 and 2014. The genes found in Denmark and China are the same, says Aarestrup, suggesting mcr-1 has travelled, rather than arising independently in each place. MCR-1 hasn't been found in North America, but the Center for Disease Control is now scouring its genetic databases. Aarestrup and his team are also trying to determine the point of origin by diving into global databases containing genetic information on drug-resistant pathogens.


www.healthfreedoms.org

"It's not going to be a time bomb that goes off like this," said Dr. Frank Aarestrup, of the Danish Food Institute at the University of Denmark.


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