Analyzing indoor mycobiomes through a large-scale citizen science study in Norway

Pedro M. Martin-Sanchez, Eva-Lena F. Estensmo, Luis N. Morgado, Sundy Maurice, Ingeborg B. Engh, Inger Skrede & Håvard Kauserud
In the built environment, fungi can cause important deterioration of building materials and adverse health effects for the occupants. Increased knowledge about indoor mycobiomes from different regions of the world, and their main environmental determinants, will enable improved indoor air quality management and identification of health risks. This is the first citizen science study about indoor mycobiomes at a large geographical scale in Europe, including 271 houses from Norway and 807 dust samples from three...
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