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  1. Global trade spreads deadly frog disease from Asia

    www.jcu.edu.au/news/releases/2018/may/global-trade-spreads-deadly-frog-disease-from-asia

    Global trade spreads deadly frog disease from Asia. Corroboree frog getting tested for chytrid. ... The paper, Recent Asian origin of chytrid fungi causing global amphibian declines, was published in Sciencetoday.

    Genetic clues reveal origins of the killer fungus behind the ‘amphibian plague’

  2. One Health Research Group

    www.jcu.edu.au/college-of-public-health-medical-and-veterinary-sciences/public-health-and-tropical-medicine/one-health-research-group2

    This disease is of major global concern as it has caused extinction of several amphibian species, and the decline of many more. ... 2017. Reservoir-host amplification of disease impact in an endangered amphibian. Conserv Biol.31(3):592-600.

  3. Ribbiting dilemma has scientists on the hop

    www.jcu.edu.au/brighter/articles/ribbiting-dilemma-has-scientists-on-the-hop

    We have learnt so much about this disease, but still do not have a widely effective method for producing sustainable populations in the wild.”. ... A Great barred frog with severe fungal infection. Decades of mainly focusing on one disease has not

  4. Warm frogs can beat deadly disease

    www.jcu.edu.au/news/releases/2017/august/warm-frogs-can-beat-deadly-disease

    Warm frogs can beat deadly disease. Tue, 15 Aug 2017. Warm frogs can beat deadly disease. ... In practical terms, it means that a small-scale removal of trees or large branches overhanging critical habitats such as streams might reduce disease in the

  5. College of Public Health, Medical and Veterinary Sciences

    www.jcu.edu.au/college-of-public-health-medical-and-veterinary-sciences?result_136265_result_page=6

    Global trade spreads deadly frog disease from Asia. ... Fri, 11 May 2018. Genetic clues reveal origins of the killer fungus behind the ‘amphibian plague’.

    College of Public Health, Medical & Veterinary Sciences Biomedicine, Medical laboratory Sciences, Biomed, Immunology Molecular & Cell Biology, MCB, Genetics, Cell Biology Public Health & Tropical Medicine, MPH, MPHTM, DPH veterinary Science, BVs,

  6. Time nearly up for tiny frog

    www.jcu.edu.au/news/releases/2016/october/time-nearly-up-for-tiny-frog

    JCU postdoctoral researcher Tiffany Kosch said the main threat to the species is the Amphibian Chytrid Fungus. ... The Amphibian Chytrid fungus (Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis) has already caused the extinction of six Australian frog species, and a

  7. Environmental Biosecurity at JCU Contents James Cook University 1 ... PDF (1219k)

    www.jcu.edu.au/division-of-tropical-environments-and-societies/research/pdfs/Environmental-Biosecurity.pdf

    Environmental Biosecurity at JCU.

  8. Wildlife diseases in spotlight

    www.jcu.edu.au/news/releases/2014/february/news-and-media1111111111111111111111111111119

    Our goal is to improve timely disease recognition and management, and minimize future species loss.”. ... Fig 1A. Fig 1B. Photo captions:. Chytridiomycosis: a catastrophic biodiversity disease causing amphibian declines.

  9. Frog researcher snares PM’s Science Prize

    www.jcu.edu.au/news/releases/2018/october/frog-researcher-snares-pms-science-prize

    Through her PhD research, Lee Berger discovered chytridiomycosis - an infectious disease caused by the chytrid fungus - that was the cause of mysterious amphibian declines in pristine areas of Queensland and beyond. ... Our work has led to a paradigm

  10. Local researchers receive funding

    www.jcu.edu.au/news/releases/2012/november/local-researchers-receive-funding

    Understanding the tipping point between epidemic and endemic disease: amphibian chytridiomycosis as a model system. ... The infection also occurs in lowland frog populations but usually does not cause severe disease.

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