Antibiotic resistance genes patterns in meat bacterial communities (SECALIM / BioEpAR)

Project coordinated by Catherine Magras from SECALIM [Project cofunded by RFI Food For Tomorrow, SECALIM and BioEPAR]

SECALIM staff involved in the FOOD RESISTOME project:

  •     Catherine Magras, coordinator
  •     Hervé Prévost
  •     Nicolas Helsens, PhD student
  •     Albert Rossero




  • Oberle, K., A. Bouju-Albert, N. Helsens, G. Pangga, H. Prevost, C. Magras and S. Calvez 2022. No evidence for a relationship between farm or transformation process locations and antibiotic resistance patterns of Pseudomonas population associated with rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss). Journal of Applied Microbiology.
  • Helsens, N., S. Calvez, H. Prevost, A. Bouju-Albert, A. Maillet, A. Rossero, D. Hurtaud-Pessel, M. Zagorec and C. Magras 2020. Antibiotic resistance genes and bacterial communities of farmed rainbow trout fillets (Oncorhynchus mykiss). Frontiers in Microbiology 11(3070).
  • Helsens, N., S. Calvez, A. Bouju-Albert, A. Rossero, H. Prevost and C. Magras 2020. Comparison of stomaching versus rinsing, for recovering bacterial communities from rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) fillets. Journal of Food Protection. Ranking du JCR: Q3 (JCR® 2019).


In this folder

(c) Christophe Maître INRA
Characterization of Bacterial Communities and Antibiotic Resistance Genes in Farmed Fish
Characterization of bacterial communities and antibiotic resistance genes in farmed fish - Application to the control of microbial and environmental contaminations in the smoked salmon production chain (Director: Catherine Magras, Co-supervisor: Hervé Prévost and co-supervisor: Ségolène Calvès)
Is there a link between antimicrobial resistance, place of production and place of processing?
Do Rainbow Trout Fillets Host Determinants of Antibiotic Resistance?

Modification date: 17 November 2023 | Publication date: 08 January 2018 | By: SG