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Building a transnational biosurveillance network using semantic web technologies: requirements, design, and preliminary evaluation

Published inJMIR. Journal of medical internet research, vol. 14, no. 3, e73
Publication date2012
Abstract

Antimicrobial resistance has reached globally alarming levels and is becoming a major public health threat. Lack of efficacious antimicrobial resistance surveillance systems was identified as one of the causes of increasing resistance, due to the lag time between new resistances and alerts to care providers. Several initiatives to track drug resistance evolution have been developed. However, no effective real-time and source-independent antimicrobial resistance monitoring system is available publicly.

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TEODORO, Douglas et al. Building a transnational biosurveillance network using semantic web technologies: requirements, design, and preliminary evaluation. In: JMIR. Journal of medical internet research, 2012, vol. 14, n° 3, p. e73. doi: 10.2196/jmir.2043
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