Inga Marie Aasen
Inga Marie Aasen
Publikasjoner og ansvarsområder
Bacillus methanolicus as cell factory for conversion of seaweed biomass to value-added chemicals at 50C
Composition analysis and minimal treatments to solubilize 6 polysaccharides from the brown seaweed Laminaria digitata 7 for microbial growth of thermophiles
Brown macroalgae (Phaeophyta) hold high potential as feedstock for biorefineries due to high biomass productivity and carbohydrate content. They are, however, a challenging, unconventional feedstock for microbial refining and several processing problems need to be solved to make them a viable option...
Production of Value-Added Chemicals by Bacillus methanolicus Strains Cultivated on Mannitol and Extracts of Seaweed Saccharina latissima at 50C
Fatty acid synthesis in Aurantiochytrium sp, revealed by analyses of growth and production kinetics and global proteomes.
Lipid accumulation and DHA synthesis in Aurantiochytrium sp, elucidated by transcriptome, proteome and metabolome analyses.
SBP-N Project - Food, feed and nutraceuticals
Lipid and DHA-production in Aurantiochytrium sp. – Responses to nitrogen starvation and oxygen limitation revealed by analyses of production kinetics and global transcriptomes
Thraustochytrids of the genera Schizochytrium and Aurantiochytrium accumulate oils rich in the essential, marine n3 fatty acid docosahexaenoic acid (DHA). DHA production in Aurantiochytrium sp T66 was studied with the aim to provide more knowledge about factors that affect the DHA-productivities and...
Elucidating lipid accumulation and DHA synthesis in Aurantiochytrium sp. strain T66 using -omics technologies
In vitro evaluation of utilisable crude protein and methane production for a diet in which grass silage was replaced by different levels and fractions of extracted seaweed proteins
Utilisable crude protein (uCP), methane (CH4) production and other fermentation parameters were analysed in vitro for a diet in which grass silage was replaced by different levels of seaweed protein fractions prepared from three seaweed species: Saccharina latissima, Alaria esculenta and Palmaria pa...