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Combatting veterinary antimicrobial resistance (AMR)

Combatting veterinary antimicrobial resistance (AMR) CFP picOur new guest edited collection welcomes research into the combatting of antimicrobial resistance in helminths, fungi, bacteria, virus and protozoa.

This collection is open to submissions until March 2022.

For further information and to submit your article please click here.


  1. Authors: Michele Camero, Gianvito Lanave, Cristiana Catella, Maria Stella Lucente, Alessio Sposato, Viviana Mari, Maria Tempesta, Vito Martella and Alessio Buonavoglia

    Content type: Research

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BMC Veterinary Research is an open access, peer-reviewed journal that considers articles on all aspects of veterinary science and medicine, including the epidemiology, diagnosis, prevention and treatment of medical conditions of domestic, companion, farm and wild animals, as well as the biomedical processes that underlie their health. 


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The Meridian Network is home to a collection of reporting guidelines and checklists for research that involve animals. The checklists are intended as an aid for authors to clearly, completely and transparently let reviewers and readers know what they did and found. We encourage our authors to adhere to these standards.

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Valuable data often go unpublished when they could be helping to progress science. Hence, the BMC Series introduced Data notes, a short article type allowing you to describe your data and publish them to make your data easier to find, cite and share.

You can publish your data in BMC Genomic Data (genomic, transcriptomic and high-throughput genotype data) or in BMC Research Notes (data from across all natural and clinical sciences). 

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