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Melissa Ingala
Melissa Ingala
Assistant Professor of Microbiology, Fairleigh Dickinson University
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Comparing microbiome sampling methods in a wild mammal: fecal and intestinal samples record different signals of host ecology, evolution
MR Ingala, NB Simmons, C Wultsch, K Krampis, KA Speer, SL Perkins
Frontiers in Microbiology 9, 803, 2018
942018
Habitat fragmentation is associated with dietary shifts and microbiota variability in common vampire bats
MR Ingala, DJ Becker, J Bak Holm, K Kristiansen, NB Simmons
Ecology and Evolution 9 (11), 6508-6523, 2019
482019
The Effects of Cutaneous Fatty Acids on the Growth of Pseudogymnoascus destructans, the Etiological Agent of White-Nose Syndrome (WNS)
CL Frank, MR Ingala, RE Ravenelle, K Dougherty-Howard, SO Wicks, ...
PLoS One 11 (4), e0153535, 2016
232016
Bats are an untapped system for understanding microbiome evolution in mammals
MR Ingala, NB Simmons, SL Perkins
Msphere 3 (5), e00397-18, 2018
152018
Molecular diet analysis of neotropical bats based on fecal DNA metabarcoding
MR Ingala, NB Simmons, C Wultsch, K Krampis, KL Provost, SL Perkins
Ecology and Evolution 11 (12), 7474-7491, 2021
142021
The antifungal properties of epidermal fatty acid esters: insights from white-nose syndrome (WNS) in bats
CL Frank, KG Sitler-Elbel, AJ Hudson, MR Ingala
Molecules 23 (8), 1986, 2018
122018
The effects of epidermal fatty acid profiles, 1-oleoglycerol, and triacylglycerols on the susceptibility of hibernating bats to Pseudogymnoascus destructans
MR Ingala, RE Ravenelle, JJ Monro, CL Frank
PLoS One 12 (10), e0187195, 2017
82017
Habitat fragmentation is associated with dietary shifts and microbiota variability in common vampire bats. Ecol Evol 9: 6508–6523
MR Ingala, DJ Becker, J Bak Holm, K Kristiansen, NB Simmons
62019
Dos especies de Eptesicus Rafinesque, 1820 (Chiroptera, Vespertilionidae) registradas por primera vez en Bolivia
JL Poma Urey, LH Acosta, MR Ingala
Ecología en Bolivia 54 (2), 155-161, 2019
42019
Parasite species identity and local community diversity mediate effects of habitat fragmentation on bacterial microbiomes.
KA Speer, T Teixeira, A Brown, S Perkins, K Dittmar, M Ingala, C Wultsch, ...
Authorea Preprints, 2020
32020
16S rRNA Amplicon Sequencing of Urban Prokaryotic Communities in the South Bronx River Estuary
E Naro-Maciel, MR Ingala, IE Werner, AM Fitzgerald
Microbiology Resource Announcements 9 (22), e00182-20, 2020
32020
Differential Effects of Elevated Nest Temperature and Parasitism on the Gut Microbiota of Wild Avian Hosts
MR Ingala, L Albert, A Addesso, MJ Watkins, SA Knutie
Animal Microbiome 3 (67), https://animalmicrobiome.biomedcentral.c, 2021
22021
18S rRNA amplicon sequence data (V1–V3) of the Bronx river estuary, New York
MR Ingala, IE Werner, AM Fitzgerald, E Naro-Maciel
Metabarcoding and Metagenomics 5, e69691, 2021
22021
Nueva especie de Peropteryx (Chiroptera: Emballonuridae ) para Bolivia
JL Poma-Urey, LH Acosta S., MR Ingala, SG Revollo, MA Meza, S Gutiérrez-Cruz ...
Notas Sobre Mamiferos Sudamericanos 3, 2-10, 2021
1*2021
Cascading effects of habitat loss on ectoparasite-associated bacterial microbiomes
KA Speer, TSM Teixeira, AM Brown, SL Perkins, K Dittmar, MR Ingala, ...
ISME Communications 2 (1), 1-12, 2022
2022
Cascading effects of habitat loss on ectoparasite communities and their associated bacterial microbiomes
KA Speer, T Teixeira, A Brown, S Perkins, K Dittmar, M Ingala, C Wultsch, ...
2022
COI amplicon sequence data of environmental DNA collected from the Bronx River Estuary, New York City
E Naro-Maciel, MR Ingala, IE Werner, BN Reid, AM Fitzgerald
Metabarcoding and Metagenomics 6, e80139, 2022
2022
You are more than what you eat: potentially adaptive enrichment of microbiome functions across bat dietary niches
MR Ingala, NB Simmons, M Dunbar, C Wultsch, K Krampis, SL Perkins
Animal microbiome 3 (1), 1-17, 2021
2021
18S rRNA amplicon sequence data (V1–V3) of the Bronx river estuary, New York
ENM Melissa R. Ingala, Irena E. Werner, Allison M. Fitzgerald
Metagenomics and Metabarcoding 5 (e69691), https://doi.org/10.3897/mbmg.5.69691, 2021
2021
16S rRNA amplicon sequencing of urban prokaryotic communities in the South Bronx River Estuary. Microbiol Resour Announc 9: e00182-20
E Naro-Maciel, MR Ingala, IE Werner, AM Fitzgerald
2020
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