Storage room for fungal cultures.

Jena Microbial Resource Collection (JMRC)

PD Dr Kerstin Voigt
Storage room for fungal cultures.
Image: Anna Schroll

Strain catalogue

Download strain catalogue [pdf, 2 mb] de.

Notes on sending / submitting samples - accompanying forms

For strain requests and testing of pure compounds/extracts for antimicrobial activities please fill in the corresponding form sheets and send to:
jmrc@leibniz-hki.de

Official in charge for the fungal strains:
Caroline Semm

Strain tests and bacterial uptake and release ONLY in the even calendar weeks


Leibniz-Institut für Naturstoff-Forschung und Infektionsbiologie
(Leibniz-HKI), JMRC
Beutenbergstraße 11a
07745 Jena

Substance Accompanying Form_JMRC [xlsx, 131 kb] de

Antimicrobial Activity Test_JMRC [xlsx, 134 kb] de

Strain Order_JMRC [xlsx, 171 kb] de

Who are we?

On the 1st of October 2010 two collections in Jena, the collection at the Leibniz Institute for Natural Product Research and Infection Biology - Hans-Knöll-Institute Jena and the Fungal Reference Centre at the Institute of Microbiology of the School of Biology and Pharmacy of the University Jena, were fused into the largest collection of microorganisms and substances in Germany, the Jena Microbial Resource Collection (JMRC). The strain collection contains microorganisms as natural resources and substances for natural products for academic and commercial purposes.

The JMRC is part of the Institute of Microbiology at the University of Jena and the Hans Knöll Institut Jena and provides a unique collection of microorganisms and substances in Germany. Besides of a modern and effective conservations we are involved in up to date science work of topics within microbiology. Daily our collection is growing to build a big varity that are at interest for science and industry.

For more Information please also visit the web presence of the associated department at the Leibniz-HKI.

Please note that the staff members of the JMRC partly have their working places at the Friedrich Schiller University Jena, Neugasse 25 (red house, 07743 Jena) and partly at the Leibniz-HKI Jena, Beutenbergstr. 11a (07745 Jena).

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