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Jenkinson, T. S., Rodriguez, D., Clemons, R. A., Michelotti, L. A., Zamudio, K. R., Toledo, L. F., Longcore, J. E. and T. Y. James. (2018) Globally invasive genotypes of the amphibian chytrid outcompete an enzootic lineage in coinfections. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 285: 20181894. PDF

Salla, R. F., Rizzi-Possignolo, G. M, Oliveira, C. R., Lambertini, C., Franco-Belussi, L., da Silva Leite, D., Silva-Zacarin, E. C. M., Abdalla, F. C., Jenkinson, T. S., Toledo, L. F. and Jones-Costa, M. (2018) The impact of chytridiomycosis on the cardiac function of anurans: sensitive vs. tolerant species. PeerJ 6: e5891. Link

Fisher, M. C., Ghosh, P., Shelton, J. M. G., Bates, K. A., Brookes, L., Wierzbicki, C., Rosa, G. M., Farrer, R. A., Aanensen, D. M., Alvarado-Rybak, M., Bataille, A., Berger, L., Böll, S., Bosch, J., Clare, F. C., Courtois, E. A., Crottini, A., Cunningham, A. A., Doherty-Bone, T. M., Gebresenbet, F., Gower, D. J., Höglund, J., James, T. Y., Jenkinson, T. S., Kosch, T. A., Lambertini, C., Laurila, A., Lin, C. F., Loyau, A., Martel A., Meurling, S., Miaud, C., Minting, P., Ndriantsoa, S., O’Hanlon, S. J., Pasmans, F., Rakotonanahary, T., Rabemananjara, F. C. E., Ribeiro, L. P., Schmeller, D. S., Schmidt, B. R., Skerratt, L., Smith, F, Soto-Azat, C., Tessa, G., Toledo, L. F., Valenzuela-Sánchez, A., Verster, R., Vörös, J., Waldman, B., Webb, R. J., Weldon, C., Wombwell, E., Zamudio, K. Z., Longcore, J. E. and T. W. J. Garner. (2018) Development and worldwide use of non-lethal, and minimal population-level impact, protocols for the isolation of amphibian chytrid fungi. Scientific Reports 8: 7772. Link

Science CoverO’Hanlon, S. J., Rieux, A., Farrer, R. A., Rosa, G. M., Waldman, B., Bataille, A., Kosch, T. A., Murray, K. A., Brankovics, B., Fumagalli, M., Martin, M. D., Wales, N., Alvarado-Rybak, M., Bates, K. A., Berger, L., Böll, S., Brookes, L., Clare, F., Courtois, E. A., Cunningham, A. A., Doherty-Bone, T. M., Ghosh, P., Gower, D. J., Hintz, W. E., Höglund, J., Jenkinson, T. S., Lin, C. F., Laurila, A., Loyau, A., Martel, A., Meurling, S., Miaud, C., Minting, P., Pasmans, F., Schmeller, D. S., Schmidt, B. R., Shelton, J. M. G., Skerratt, L. F., Smith, F., Soto-Azat, C., Spagnoletti, M., Tessa, G., Toledo, L. F., Valenzuela-Sánchez, A., Verster, R., Vörös, J., Webb, R. J., Wierzbicki, C., Wombwell, E., Zamudio, K. R., Aanensen, D. M., James, T. Y., Gilbert, M. T. P., Weldon, C., Bosch, J., Balloux, F., Garner, T. W. J. and M. C. Fisher. (2018) Recent Asian origin of chytrid fungi causing global amphibian declines. Science 360(6389): 261-267. Link

        •     Cover article, and highlighted in a Science Perspectives article by Karen Lips, Link


Becker C. G., Greenspan S. E., Tracy K. E., Dash, J. A., Lambertini C., Jenkinson T. S., da Silva Leite D., Toledo L. F., Longcore J. E., James T. Y. and K. R. Zamudio. (2017) Variation in phenotype and virulence among enzootic and panzootic amphibian chytrid lineages. Fungal Ecology 26: 45-50. PDF


Jenkinson T. S., Betancourt Román C. M., Lambertini C., Aguilar-Valencia A., Rodriguez D., Nunes-de-Almeida C. H. L., Ruggeri J., Belasen A. M., da Silva Leite D., Zamudio K. R., Longcore J. E., Toledo L. F. and T. Y. James. (2016) Amphibian-killing chytrid in Brazil comprises both locally endemic and globally expanding populations. Molecular Ecology 25 (13): 2978-2996. PDF

        •     Highlighted in a Molecular Ecology “News and Views” Perspectives article by Pria Ghosh and Mat Fisher, Link

Lambertini C., Becker C. G., Jenkinson T. S., Rodriguez D., da Silva Leite D., James T. Y., Zamudio K. R. and L. F. Toledo. (2016) Local phenotypic variation in amphibian-killing fungus predicts infection dynamics. Fungal Ecology 20: 15-21. PDF


James T. Y., Toledo L. F., Rödder D., da Silva Leite D., Belasen A. M., Betancourt Román C. M., Jenkinson T. S., Lambertini C., Longo A. V., Ruggeri J., Collins J. P., Burrowes P. A., Lips K. R., Zamudio K. R. and J. E. Longcore. (2015) Disentangling host, pathogen, and environmental determinants of a recently emerged wildlife disease: Lessons from the first 15 years of amphibian chytridiomycosis research. Ecology and Evolution 5 (18): 4079-4097. Link


Jenkinson T. S., Schaefer R. E., Perry B. A. and D. E. Desjardin. (2014) Cryptomarasmius gen. nov. established in the Physalacriaceae to accommodate members of Marasmius section Hygrometrici. Mycologia 106 (1): 86-94. PDF


Rosenblum E. B., James T. Y., Zamudio K. R., Poorten T., Ilut D., Rodriguez D., Eastman J., Richards-Hrdlicka K., Joneson S., Jenkinson T. S., Longcore J. E., Olea G. P., Toledo L. F., Arellano M. L., Medina E., Restrepo S., Flechas S. V., Berger L., Briggs C. E. and J. E. Stajich. (2013) Complex history of the amphibian-killing chytrid fungus revealed with genome resequencing data. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, U.S.A. 110 (23): 9385-9390. Link

        •     Highlighted in a PNAS Commentary article by Jim Collins, Link


Jenkinson T. S., Celio G. J., Padamsee M., Dentinger B. T. M., Meyer M. E. and D. J. McLaughlin. (2008) Conservation of cytoplasmic organization in the cystidia of Suillus species. Mycologia 100 (4): 539-547. PDF

Celio G. J., Padamsee M., Dentinger B. T. M., Josephsen K. A., Jenkinson T. S., McLaughlin E. G., and D. J. McLaughlin. (2007) Septal pore apparatus and nuclear division of Auriscalpium vulgare. Mycologia 99 (5): 644-654. PDF