Collection marine bacteria (water, bivalves, fish) from the coast of Valencian Community.
Collection of bacteria belonging to Arcobacter and Aeromonas genera, isolated from clinical samples, water, fish and other food.
Collection of pathogenic bacteria isolated from water and food.
Collection of bacteria belonging to Legionella genus, with environmental origin.
Collection of isolated yeasts from an oenological environment. Also from other food industries, flowers, animals, waters … in the Castilla-La Mancha region.
Collection of microalgae isolated from marine, estuarine and freshwater ecosystems.
The MAESE collection (Edaphic Microalgae of the Southeast of Spain) contains isolated lineages mainly from the southeast of the Iberian Peninsula, from edaphic, subaerial and aquatic environments.
Collection of harmful marine microalgae isolated from Spanish waters and the rest of the oceans, both temperate and tropical waters.
Collection formed by bacteriophages, isolated from environmental samples, that infect Staphylococcus strains.
The ASUV collection of the University of Valencia is a scientific resource of symbiotic microalgae – lichen phycobionts. This collection, unique in Spain and one of the few in the world formed exclusively by symbiotic microalgae of lichens, stands out for the microalgae isolated from lichens collected in Mediterranean and Macaronesian territories. Currently, ASUV consists of about 75 strains, including 65 species from 14 genera. Among which are the main lichen microalgae: Trebouxia, Myrmecia, Vulcanochloris and Asterochloris. These strains are maintained by cryopreservation at -20 ºC and -80 ºC and by means of the traditional subculture method.