Dive into an exciting journey through FunGas—the spotlight project of the month! Esteemed labs at ZHAW Zurich University of Applied Sciences, Universität Innsbruck, and Bavarian State Research Center for Agriculture are collaborating to explore the role of anaerobic fungi in biogas enhancement. Stay tuned for more project updates at https://www.hipoaf.com/.
Join us online for the IAFC2024 (October 15th to 17th) and present your research there! Registration and abstract submission are now open. Participation at the congress is free of charge for AFN members, and AFN membership is free as well.
Introducing our new feature series led by Georgia Wunderlich, showcasing research labs focusing on anaerobic fungi. The first spotlight is on Youssef-Elshahed Laboratory!
Explore the newest publications from January 2024 here!
New year, new event! This year, the second IAFC will take place online from Oct 15th-17th. Participation is open to all AFN members (registration is open from Feb 1st). Not a member? AFN membership is free of charge! Go to https://anaerobicfungi.org/iafc-2024/ for more information
Join us to hear young voices! Shruthi Meenakshisundaram and Yuqi Li will share valuable insights on the bioaugmentation of anaerobic fungi and their enzyme mechanisms in our engaging 8th webinar series. Don't miss out!
This study unveils the distinct pattern of anaerobic gut fungi progression in calves during different growth stages. https://www.biorxiv.org/content/10.1101/2023.03.22.533786v1
This study focuses on the details of spore coat CotH kinases from the cellulosomes of anaerobic fungi.
Introducing you to the world's first-known anaerobic fungi from the tortoise gut! They defy temperature limits! Dive into the details of the newly described genera, Testudinimyces and Astrotestudinimyces, in this study. https://www.microbiologyresearch.org/content/journal/ijsem/10.1099/ijsem.0.005921
Unlocking Ruminant Nutrition Mysteries! This review article delves into the role of anaerobic fungi in carbohydrate fermentation & roughage digestion in ruminants.