Taxonomic annotation of public fungal ITS sequences from the built environment – a report from an April 10–11, 2017 workshop (Aberdeen, UK)

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Nilsson, R. Henrik; Taylor, Andy F.S.; Adams, Rachel I.; Baschien, Christiane; Bengtsson-Palme, Johan; Cangren, Patrik; Coleine, Claudia; Daniel, Heide-Marie; Glassman, Sydney I.; Hirooka, Yuuri; Laszlo, Irinyi; Iršėnaitė, Reda; Martin-Sanchez, Pedro M.; Meyer, Wieland; Oh, Seung-Yoon; Sampaio, Jose Paulo; Seifert, Keith; Sklenář, Frantisek; Dirk Stubbe, Dirk Stubbe; Suh, Sung-Oui; Summerbell, Richard; Svantesson, Sten; Unterseher, Martin; Visagie, Cobus; Weiss, Michael; Woudenberg, Joyce; Wurzbacher, Christian; Van den Wyngaert, Silke; Yilmaz, Neriman; Yurkov, Andrey; ... view all 32 authors
  • Publisher: Pensoft Publishers
  • Journal: MycoKeys,issue 28,pages65-82 (issn: 1314-4049, eissn: 1314-4057)
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  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.3897/mycokeys.28.20887, pmc: PMC5804120
  • Subject: metadata | Research Article | built environment | Botany | taxonomy | systematics | open data | sequence annotation | Indoor mycobiome | molecular identification | fungi | Indoor mycobiome built environment molecular identification fungi taxonomy systematics sequence annotation metadata open data | QK1-989

Recent DNA-based studies have shown that the built environment is surprisingly rich in fungi. These indoor fungi – whether transient visitors or more persistent residents – may hold clues to the rising levels of human allergies and other medical and building-related hea... View more
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