Are you still using a rumen fluid medium to isolate anaerobic fungi? Read this paper from the HiPoAF team for the details on the effect of growth media on the enrichment of anaerobic fungi from non-rumen and rumen habitats.
No time to die! comparative study on preservation protocols tested in three different laboratories, on three morphologically distinct isolates of anaerobic fungi by the HiPoAF team.
Check out this latest publication on better roughage degradation by natural co-cultures of anaerobic fungi and methanogens from Qinghai yaks.
One step closer towards the application of anaerobic fungi! This paper presents interesting findings on the metabolic shift towards increased biohydrogen production in dark fermentation using the anaerobic fungus Neocallimastix cameroonii G341.
This paper is the result of the collaborative effort of Anaerobic Fungi Network, initiated by HiPoAF team, which developed and validated a specific PCR primer pair for screening and quantification of Neocallimastigomycetes from environmental samples.
An interesting article shows the morphological identification of anaerobic fungal strains isolated from the Anatolian wild goat and the effects of various metal ions and chemicals on extracellular xylanase activity and production.
This research article shows the potential use of anaerobic fungi enzymes in culture supernatant to the ruminal fluid that can improve the quality of grass and straw silage.
Follow this important review for details on the taxonomy and classification criteria of anaerobic gut fungi.
Take a look at this research article published by the group of Yanfen Cheng on the lignocellulolytic potential of anaerobic fungi isolated from the Bactrian camel.
Check out this paper on potential application of anaerobic fungi coexisting with anaerobic bacteria and methanogens for enhanced methane production from rice straw published by Nitiya Thongbunrod & Pawinee Chaiprasert.