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ID: 209
DNA Tool Detects White-Nose Syndrome Fungus in Bat Caves

NRS scientists Daniel Lindner and Jessie Glaeser are collaborating with the USGS Wildlife Health Laboratory in Madison, WI, to characterize the ...

Principal Investigator : Daniel Lindner

Wildlife and Fish2010NRS
Photo of Little brown bat being checked for signs of white nose syndrome
ID: 1458
Lethal Fungus that Causes White-nose Syndrome May Have an Achilles` Heel

Since it was discovered in New York State in 2006, white-nose syndrome has killed millions of bats and may have spread as far west as Washington ...

Principal Investigator : Daniel Lindner

Invasive Species
Wildlife and Fish
Photo of Photo of big brown bat. Daniel Lindner, U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service.
ID: 1181
Scientists Isolate and Perform Next-generation DNA-sequencing of Genome of the Fungus Causing White-nose Syndrome

Forest Service scientists isolated and performed next-generation DNA-sequencing of the entire genome of the white-nose syndrome fungus discovere ...

Principal Investigator : Daniel Lindner

Invasive Species
Wildlife and Fish
Photo of Living fungal cultures stored in liquid nitrogen in the CFMR culture collection (photo by S. Schmeiding, USFS). Examining specimens in the CFMR herbarium. S. Schmeiding, Forest Service
ID: 200
Web-enabled Database for Center for Forest Mycology Research Expanded

The culture collection and herbarium maintained by the Center of Forest Mycology Research (CFMR) in Madison, Wisconsin is one of the largest fun ...

Principal Investigator : Daniel Lindner

Invasive Species2010NRS