New article, Fight Fungi with Fungi: Antifungal Properties of the Amphibian Mycobiome, published in Frontiers in Microbiology

Network analysis depicting the connectivity among sample for Bd inhibitory bacterial (A) and Bd-inhibitory/facilitating fungal (B) taxa.

In this new article published in Frontiers in Microbiology, the Woodhams Lab in collaboration with the New England Aquarium suggests that host associated fungi may work better than bacteria for amphibian skin probiotics against chytridiomycosis.

Patrick J. Kearns, Sarah Fischer, Saioa Fern√°ndez-Beaskoetxea, Caitlin R. Gabor, Jaime Bosch, Jennifer L. Bowen, Michael F. Tlusty, and Douglas C. Woodhams. Fight Fungi with Fungi: Antifungal Properties of the Amphibian Mycobiome. (2017) Frontiers in Microbiology.

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