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Research Project: Genomic Analyses and Management of Agricultural and Industrial Microbial Genetic Resources and Associated Information

Location: Mycotoxin Prevention and Applied Microbiology Research

Title: Meeting report: 2nd workshop of the United States culture collection network (May 19-21, 2014, State College, PA, USA)

Author
item MCCLUSKEY, KEVIN - University Of Missouri
item BATES, SCOTT - University Of Minnesota
item BOUNDY-MILLS, KYRIA - University Of California
item BROGGIATO, ARIANNA - Universite Catholique
item DEBROY, CHOBI - Pennsylvania State University
item Fravel, Deborah
item GARRITY, GEORGE - Michigan State University
item MORTON, JOE - West Virginia University
item Ward, Todd
item GEISER, DAVID - Pennsylvania State University

Submitted to: Standards in Genomic Sciences
Publication Type: Other
Publication Acceptance Date: 11/21/2014
Publication Date: 12/29/2014
Publication URL: http://handle.nal.usda.gov/10113/62359
Citation: Mccluskey, K., Bates, S., Boundy-Mills, K., Broggiato, A., Cova, A., Desmeth, P., Debroy, C., Fravel, D., Garrity, G., del Mar, M., Gasco, J., Joseph, L., Lindner, D., Lomas, M.W., Morton, J., Nobles, D., Turner, J., Ward, T., Wertz, J., Wiest, A., Geiser, D. 2014. Meeting report: 2nd workshop of the United States culture collection network (May 19-21, 2014, State College, PA, USA). Standards in Genomic Sciences. DOI: 10.1186/1944-3277-9-27.

Interpretive Summary:

Technical Abstract: This report summarizes the activities and outcomes of the second workshop of the US Culture Collection Network, formally an activity of the US National Science Foundation sponsored Research Coordination Network for a Community of ex situ Microbial Germplasm Repositories. The workshop included presentations on topics as diverse as permitting for genetically plant pest organisms to facilitating strain exchange via formal material transfer agreement systems and codes of conduct. Short talks introduced diverse collections held by government, university, and private entities. Participants visited living microbe collections as well as active research and production facilities.