Westerdijk Fungal Biodiversity Institute
Studies in Mycology is an international peer-reviewed journal which publishes systematic monographs on the biodiversity of filamentous fungi and yeasts. The first issue was published in 1972. The journal is open-access, and from January 1 2016 it will change to the continuous publishing model, with one volume per year. The emphasis of papers should be on fungal taxonomy and biodiversity. Accepted papers will appear immediately online. Authors who intend to submit monographs should contact the Executive Editor in advance. There are no restrictions of length, though it is generally expected that manuscripts should be at least 50 A4 pages in print. The publication fee is € 1500 per paper.
The “CBS Laboratory Manual Series” focuses on techniques involved in isolation, cultivation and morphological study of common species in various economically important genera, or groups of fungi occupying a specific niche
A new online version of the 4th edition is available since July 2014!
It allows for a fast and very comfortable search through the entire Atlas text. The engine is fully equipped for title as well as for general search. Items are strongly linked, enabling direct use of the electronic version as a benchtool for identification and comparison. Text boxes with concise definitions appear, explaining all terminology while reading. The fourth edition contains nearly 600 clinically relevant species, following all major developments in fungal diagnostics. Regular updates of the Atlas occur, which include numerous references to case reports, as well as expanded data on antifungals.
The online version has regular updates free of charge. This version is platform-independant. An internet connection is required while running the application.
A USB version of the Atlas is available for € 110 (excl. VAT). It has the same features as the online version and is interactive in allowing personal annotations.
The Atlas of Clinical Fungi is an open-end project. Photoplates will gradually be replaced by full colour versions. We appreciate your feed-back on mistakes or omissions. We also welcome pdfs of important publications, etc.
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3584 CT, Utrecht
P.O. Box 85167
3508 AD, Utrecht
Phone: +31 (0)30 21 22 600
Fax: +31 (0)30 21 22 601
Fungal collection curator:
Dr. Gerard Verkleij
Yeast collection curator:
Dr. Marizeth Groenewald
Collection of Bacteria:
Mrs. Marian Figge
Restricted collections (Budapest Treaty & safe deposits):
Mrs. Francis Claus (sales)
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