Data from: Efficacy of a probiotic bacterium to treat bats affected by the disease white-nose syndrome

Cheng TL, Mayberry H, McGuire LP, Hoyt JR, Langwig KE, Nguyen H, Parise KL, Foster JT, Willis CKR, Kilpatrick AM, Frick WF

Date Published: August 2, 2016

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.p1bd1

 

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Title Captive Bat Data
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Description This file contains natural history and disease data for live bats used in our captive treatment trial.
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Title iButton Data
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Description This file contains skin temperature (celsius) data downloaded from iButtons attached to captive bats in our experiment.
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Cheng TL, Mayberry H, McGuire LP, Hoyt JR, Langwig KE, Nguyen H, Parise KL, Foster JT, Willis CKR, Kilpatrick AM, Frick WF (2016) Efficacy of a probiotic bacterium to treat bats affected by the disease white-nose syndrome. Journal of Applied Ecology 54(3): 701–708. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/1365-2664.12757

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Cheng TL, Mayberry H, McGuire LP, Hoyt JR, Langwig KE, Nguyen H, Parise KL, Foster JT, Willis CKR, Kilpatrick AM, Frick WF (2016) Data from: Efficacy of a probiotic bacterium to treat bats affected by the disease white-nose syndrome. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.p1bd1
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