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Eric W Miller
Meat Safety & Quality Research
Research Microbiologist

Phone: (402) 762-4222
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U.S. MEAT ANIMAL RESEARCH CENTER
SPUR 18D
CLAY CENTER , NE 689330166

Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
United States food-service pork chops harbor similar levels of antimicrobial resistance regardless of antibiotic use claims -
Similar levels of antimicrobial resistance in U.S. food service ground beef products with and without a "Raised Without Antibiotics" claim -
Vikram, A., Miller, E., Arthur, T.M., Bosilevac, J.M., Wheeler, T.L., Schmidt, J.W. 2018. Similar levels of antimicrobial resistance in U.S. food service ground beef products with and without a "Raised Without Antibiotics" claim. Journal of Food Protection. 81(12):2007-2018. https://doi.org/10.4315/0362-028X.JFP-18-299.
Effects of in-feed Chlortetracycline prophylaxis in beef cattle on antimicrobial resistance genes -
Miller, E.W., Vikram, A., Agga, G.E., Arthur, T.M., Schmidt, J.W. 2018. Effects of in-feed Chlortetracycline prophylaxis in beef cattle on antimicrobial resistance genes. Foodborne Pathogens and Disease. 15(1):689-697. https://doi.org/10.1089/fpd.2018.2475.
Effect of in-feed Chlortetracycline prophylaxis in beef cattle on levels of 10 antimicrobial resistance genes -
Miller, E.W., Agga, G.E., Vikram, A., Arthur, T.M., Schmidt, J.W. 2017. Effect of in-feed Chlortetracycline prophylaxis in beef cattle on levels of 10 antimicrobial resistance genes. [Abstract]. American Society for Microbiology Meeting. p.43, no.13.
Impact of raised without antibiotics practices on occurrences of antimicrobial resistance -
Vikram, A., Rovira, P., Miller, E.W., Agga, G.E., Wheeler, T.L., Arthur, T.M., Schmidt, J.W. 2017. Impact of raised without antibiotics practices on occurrences of antimicrobial resistance. [Abstract]. American Society for Microbiology General Meeting. p. 14, S1:5.