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This article is from Gut Microbes, volume 5.AbstractAntibiotics and antibiotic resistance made news on several fronts in the past year. Many public health organizations, including the CDC, used terms such as -crisis- -catastrophic consequences-, and -nightmare scenario- to highlight the rapid emergence and spread of antibiotic resistance. A report from the Pew Commission on Industrial Farm Animal Production, on the fifth anniversary of the publication of its landmark 2008 report, noted that state and federal legislative efforts to limit non-therapeutic use of antibiotics in animal production were thwarted by drug and food animal industries. In its lobbying disclosures, the Farm Bureau stated that such efforts to limit use of animal antibiotics were -based on emotion and no credible peer reviewed science.- Meanwhile, there have been inexorable advances in our understanding of the molecular mechanisms by which antibiotics induce diversity and resistance in bacteria. This article reviews one study that probed the role of the bacterial general stress response in sub-inhibitory antibiotic-induced mutagenesis and antibiotic resistance.



Author: Viswanathan, VK

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