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Describes databases available online related to invasive microbial species. See Resource Library - Databases for general resources, other species, expertise, and geographic based information.


Database: Global Health Database (free trial)
Host: CAB International
Scope: The Global Health database is published by CABI which has recorded public health and veterinary research since 1910. Global Health is the only specialist bibliographic abstracting and indexing database dedicated to public health research and practice. With more than two million records, Global Health is the definitive international public health database for academics, researchers, NGOs, policy makers, clinicians, healthcare professionals and students. The database covers all pathogens relevant to human health, including invasive related issues such as avian influenza and West Nile virus.

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Database: U.S. National Fungus Collections Databases
Host: USDA, ARS, Mycology and Nematology Genetic Diversity and Biology Laboratory.
Scope: Provides detailed information including images of fungi of quarantine significance. Includes: Fungi Intercepted at Ports of Entry, 100 Fungi on Important Agricultural and Forest Crops Not in the United States, Invasive and Emerging Fungi in the United States, and Common Plant-associated Fungi in the United States.


Database: ProMED-mail
Host: International Society for Infectious Diseases
Scope: Global electronic reporting system for outbreaks of emerging infectious diseases & toxins, open to all sources. ProMED-mail, the Program for Monitoring Emerging Diseases, is a program of the International Society for Infectious Diseases.

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