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Introduction Plasmid-mediated quinolone resistance (PMQR) was first described in 1998 and was named as Qnr determinant [ 1 ]. Since then, several lineges of Qnr have been detected as transferable resistance mechanism, namely

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Authors: Dóra Illés, Edit Urbán, Andrea Lázár, Kamilla Nagy, Emese Ivány, Balázs Kui, Klára Lemes, Máté Tajti, and László Czakó

. 2 Colgan R, Powers JH. Appropriate antimicrobial prescribing: approaches that limit antibiotic resistance. Am Fam Physician 2001; 64: 999–1004. 3 Ducel G, Fabry J

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://www.ecdc.europa.eu/en/publications-data/last-line-antibiotics-are-failing-options-address-urgent-threat-patients-and [accessed: July 15, 2019]. 3 World Health Organization. Antimicrobial resistance: global report on surveillance. WHO, Geneva, 2014; pp. 1–256. Available from: http

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Al-Zu’bi, E., Bdour, S., Shehabi, A. A.: Antibiotic resistance patterns of mecA-positive Staphylococcus aureus isolates from clinical specimens and nasal carriage. Microb. Drug. Resist. 10 , 321–324 (2004

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Filipits, M.: Mechanisms of cancer: Multidrug resistance. Drug Discovery Today: Disease Mechanisms/Cancer, 2004, 2 , 229–234. Filipits M. Mechanisms of cancer: Multidrug resistance

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Association of Sport and Exercise Science: BASES position statement on guidelines for resistance exercise in young people. J. Sports Sci. 22, 383–390 (2004) BASES position statement on guidelines for resistance exercise in young

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antibiotic resistance . Gut 59 ( 8 ), 1143 – 1153 ( 2010 ). 8. Mégraud , F. : H. pylori antibiotic resistance: Prevalence, importance, and advances in testing . Gut

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Literature 1 Adam, A., Ongena, M., Duby, F., Dommes, J. and Thonart, P. (2008): Systemic resistance and lipoxygenase-related defence response induced in tomato by

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Briggle L.W. (1969): Near-isogenic lines of wheat with genes for resistance to Erysiphe graminis f. sp. tritici . Crop Sci. 9:70–72. Briggle L

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underrepresented. Active surveillance is the first and the vital step in the battle against MRSA since it depicts the real extent of pathogen distribution and its antimicrobial resistance (AMR) in a particular medical setting. The importance of well

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