Globally invasive genotypes of the amphibian chytrid outcompete an enzootic lineage in coinfections

Globally invasive genotypes of the amphibian chytrid outcompete an enzootic lineage in coinfections

Jenkinson Thomas S., David Rodriguez, Rebecca A. Clemons, Lucas A. Michelotti, Kelly R. Zamudio, L. Felipe Toledo, Joyce E. Longcore, Timothy Y. James

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Agradecimentos: This study was supported by a Doctoral Dissertation Improvement Grant from the United States National Science Foundation (DEB-1601259), the Sao Paulo State Research Foundation (FAPESP no.2014/25358-3), the Brazilian National Council for Scientific and Tec

Competition between genotypes is likely to be a key driver of pathogen evolution, particularly following a geographical invasion by distant strains. Theory predicts that competition between disease strains will result in the most virulent strain persistin

CONSELHO NACIONAL DE DESENVOLVIMENTO CIENTÍFICO E TECNOLÓGICO - CNPQ

FUNDAÇÃO DE AMPARO À PESQUISA DO ESTADO DE SÃO PAULO - FAPESP

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Globally invasive genotypes of the amphibian chytrid outcompete an enzootic lineage in coinfections

Jenkinson Thomas S., David Rodriguez, Rebecca A. Clemons, Lucas A. Michelotti, Kelly R. Zamudio, L. Felipe Toledo, Joyce E. Longcore, Timothy Y. James


										

Globally invasive genotypes of the amphibian chytrid outcompete an enzootic lineage in coinfections

Jenkinson Thomas S., David Rodriguez, Rebecca A. Clemons, Lucas A. Michelotti, Kelly R. Zamudio, L. Felipe Toledo, Joyce E. Longcore, Timothy Y. James

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    Proceedings of the Royal Society B: biological sciences

    Vol. 285, no. 1893 (Dec., 2018), p. 1-10, n. art. 20181894