Inga Marie Aasen
Inga Marie Aasen
Publikasjoner og ansvarsområder
Preliminary results from PROMAC - Energy efficient Processing of Macroalgae in blue-green value chain
WP3: Refined Products - Processes and applications
Preliminary results from PROMAC: a Project on energy efficient Processing of macroalgae in blue-green value chain
The 2015-2018 PROMAC (Energy efficient Processing of Macroalgae in blue-green value chains) is financed by the Norwegian Research Council. The PROMAC consortium is led by Møreforsking AS and consists of both Norwegian (SINTEF, NIBIO, NTNU, NMBU) and European (CEVA, MATIS, SLU)research institutes, as...
Effect of extracted seaweed protein fractions on estimated utilizable crude protein, methane emission and fermentation parameters – an in vitro evaluation
Changes in the Profiles of Metabolites Originating from Protein Degradation During Ripening of Dry Cured Ham
Abstract Ripening of dry cured ham involves a high number of complex enzymatic and chemical reactions. Due to long processing time, there is a need for analytical methods that can be applied to monitor the ripening in optimization of process conditions and development of new products. In this study,...
Mikrobiell produksjon – En løsning på framtidens behov for fiskefôr?
Seaweed biorefineries – Value chain analyses and cost assessments.
Draft genome sequence of the docosahexaenoic acid producing thraustochytrid Aurantiochytrium sp. T66
Thraustochytrids are unicellular, marine protists, and there is a growing industrial interest in these organisms, particularly because some species, including strains belonging to the genus Aurantiochytrium, accumulate high levels of docosahexaenoic acid (DHA). Here, we report the draft genome seque...
Thraustochytrids as production organisms for docosahexaenoic acid (DHA), squalene, and carotenoids
Thraustochytrids have been applied for industrial production of the omega-3 fatty acid docosahexaenoic (DHA) since the 1990s. During more than 20 years of research on this group of marine, heterotrophic microorganisms, considerable increases in DHA productivities have been obtained by process and me...