UAMH - An important announcement to all scientists.

After more than 55 years at the University of Alberta, the UAMH  moved to the Gage Research Institute (associated with the University of Toronto), under the leadership of Dr. James Scott and curatorship of Dr. Connie Gibas. The facility at the U of A closed on November 13.

Services are currently suspended but will resume when the new laboratory is fully operational, expected in mid to late January 2016. Resumption of services will be announced on the website.

The UAMH website continues to be hosted on the U of A site pending redevelopment.  The Search catalogue and online order form are currently not available due to the retirement of an old server. Please use the links below to search for cultures or to contact us regarding ordering or submitting cultures.

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Services and Catalogue

    Conservation of orchids and their fungal partners - more>>


    Are you depositing a fungal sequence or using a fungus in your research?

    Ensure that your scientific work is reproducible by depositing the isolate in the UAMH, a member of the Global Registry of Biorepositories (GRBio)

    Chromatogram

    Collection Highlights

    See our Annual Reports

    Polycyclic hydrocarbon degrading organisms...
    Fungi associated with hibernating bats...
    Mountain pine beetle associated fungi...
    Fungi from plant roots...
    Wood spalting fungi...
    Baudoinia and meristematic fungi...
    Ammonia mushroom...

    Genome sequences

    Ophiostoma piceae UAMH 11346
    Grosmannia clavigera SLKW1407 = UAMH 11150...
    Meliniomyces bicolor UAMH 11274 strain E
    Meliniomyces variabilis UAMH 11265 strain F
    Baudoinia compniacensis UAMH 10762...
    Uncinocarpus reesii UAMH 1704...

    Fungi causing diseases in reptiles...

    Cases of fungi affecting humans or animals