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Cover for Data resources: role and services of culture collections.

Microbial culture collections (CC) support taxonomy through the provision and preservation of microorganisms, underpinning the integrity of research. However, cultures are essentially worthless without associated data. Details of isolation (geographical location, date of collection, date of...

Author(s)
Ryan, M. J.; Verkleij, G.; Robert, V.
ISBN
2021 CABI (H ISBN 9781789244984)
Type
Book chapter
Abstract

High-quality microbiome research relies on the integrity, management and quality of supporting data. Currently biobanks and culture collections have different formats and approaches to data management. This necessitates a standard data format to underpin research, particularly in line with the FAIR ...

Author(s)
Ryan, M. J.; Schloter, M.; Berg, G.; Kinkel, L. L.; Eversole, K.; Macklin, J. A.; Rybakova, D.; Sessitsch, A.
Publisher
Wiley, Oxford, UK
Citation
Environmental Microbiology, 2021, 23, 1, pp 372-375
Abstract

Background: Nearly 50% of crop yields are lost to pests and disease, with plants and pathogens locked in an amplified co-evolutionary process of disease outbreaks. Coffee wilt disease, caused by Fusarium xylarioides, decimated coffee production in west and central Africa following its initial...

Author(s)
Peck, L. D.; Nowell, R. W.; Flood, J.; Ryan, M. J.; Barraclough, T. G.
Publisher
BioMed Central Ltd, London, UK
Citation
BMC Genomics, 2021, 22, 404, pp (04 June 2021)
Abstract

The microbiome research field is rapidly evolving, but the required biobanking infrastructure is currently fragmented and not prepared for the biobanking of microbiomes. The rapid advancement of technologies requires an urgent assessment of how biobanks can underpin research by preserving...

Author(s)
Ryan, M. J.; Schloter, M.; Berg, G.; Kostic, T.; Kinkel, L. L.; Eversole, K.; Macklin, J. A.; Schelkle, B.; Kazou, M.; Sarand, I.; Singh, B. K.; Fischer, D.; Maguin, E.; Ferrocino, I.; Lima, N.; McClure, R. S.; Charles, T. C.; Souza, R. S. C. de; Sessitsch, A.; Kiran, G. S.; Krug, H. L.; Taffner, J.; Roume, H.; Selvin, J.; Smith, D.; Rybakova, D.
Publisher
Elsevier, Oxford, UK
Citation
Trends in Microbiology, 2021, 29, 2, pp 89-92
Abstract

Antibiotics were derived originally from wild organisms and therefore understanding how these compounds evolve among different lineages might help with the design of new antimicrobial drugs. We report the draft genome sequence of Alexander Fleming's original fungal isolate behind the discovery of...

Author(s)
Pathak, A.; Nowell, R. W.; Wilson, C. G.; Ryan, M. J.; Barraclough, T. G.
Publisher
Nature Publishing Group, London, UK
Citation
Scientific Reports, 2020, 10, 9,
Abstract

Well-managed genetic resources and associated metadata are essential to underpin research addressing the challenges to food security, healthcare, climate change, biodiversity, environment, education and our bio-based economy. Culture collections have supported microbiology research for over 100...

Author(s)
Smith, D.; Kermode, A.; Cafà, G.; Buddie, A. G.; Caine, T. S.; Ryan, M. J.
Publisher
BioMed Central Ltd, London, UK
Citation
CABI Agriculture and Bioscience, 2020, 1, 2, pp (23 June 2020)
Abstract

BACKGROUND: Matrix-assisted laser-desorption and ionization time-of-flight mass spectrometry (MALDI-TOF MS) offers a powerful, versatile, and relatively-inexpensive tool for the characterization and/or identification of protein-containing samples. OBJECTIVE: In the case of filamentous fungi,...

Author(s)
Reeve, M. A.; Stewart, H.; Ryan, M. J.
Publisher
CryoLetters, London, UK
Citation
CryoLetters, 2019, 40, 3, pp 145-151
Abstract

Sugar kelp (Saccharina latissima) is an economically important species, and natural populations provide diverse and productive habitats as well as important ecosystem services. For seaweed aquaculture to be successful in newly emerging industry in Europe and other Western countries, it will have to ...

Author(s)
Visch, W.; Rad-Menéndez, C.; Nylund, G. M.; Pavia, H.; Ryan, M. J.; Day, J.
Publisher
Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., New Rochelle, USA
Citation
Biopreservation and Biobanking, 2019, 17, 5, pp 378-386
Abstract

Exploitation of microbes, especially fungi, has the potential to help humankind meet the UN's sustainable development goals, help feed the worlds growing population and improve bioeconomies of poorer nations. The majority of the world's fungal genetic resources are held in collections in developed...

Author(s)
Ryan, M. J.; McCluskey, K.; Verkleij, G.; Robert, V.; Smith, D.
Publisher
Springer, Dordrecht, Netherlands
Citation
World Journal of Microbiology & Biotechnology, 2019, 35, 9,
Abstract

BACKGROUND: The development of encapsulation technologies has played an important role in improving cryopreservation outcomes for many cell and tissue types over the past 20 years. Alginate encapsulation cryopreservation (AECryo) has been incorporated into a range of applications in biotechnology,...

Author(s)
Benson, E. E.; Harding, K.; Ryan, M.; Petrenko, A.; Petrenko, Y.; Fuller, B.
Publisher
CryoLetters, London, UK
Citation
CryoLetters, 2018, 39, 1, pp 14-38

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