Innovation in Medicine

New and more detailed map of antimicrobial resistance

Close Up Scientist using microscope in laboratory room while making medical testing and research

During the COVID-19 pandemic, the world has become aware of the value of using sewage analyses to monitor disease development in an area. However, at DTU National Food Institute, a group of researchers has been using sewage monitoring from throughout the world since 2016 as an effective and inexpensive tool for monitoring infectious diseases and antimicrobial resistance.

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