Wednesday, 30 April 2014

Interacting Symbionts and Immunity in the Amphibian Skin Mucosome Predict Disease Risk and Probiotic Effectiveness

A new paper by Doug Woodhams and collaborators shows that the amphibian skin mucosome predicts the risk of Bd infection and the effectiveness of probiotic therapy. The authors used data from The paper was published in PLoS ONE (

1 comment:

Benedikt Schmidt said...

There is also a press release by the University of Colorado at Boulder: "Sample of a frog’s slimy skin predicts susceptibility to disease, says CU-Boulder researcher"