This related study sampled 40 dogs from 20 households over the course of three seasons. Three skin sites were examined. The goal of the study was to determine if a core skin microbiome exists in dogs across time and body site, and if cohabitation impacts sharing of the skin microbiome. This dataset is a part of the Torres_Johnson Canine Microbiome Study.
|Date made available||2016|
|Publisher||Data Repository for the University of Minnesota|
Clayton, J. (Creator), Danzeisen, J. (Creator), Johnson, T. (Creator), Knights, D. (Creator), Torres, S. (Creator), Ward, T. (Creator), Huang, H. (Creator) (2016). Data from "Diverse Bacterial Communities Exist on Canine Skin and are Impacted by Cohabitation and Time". Data Repository for the University of Minnesota. 10.13020/D6W01V