Publications and responsibilities
Mining of novel enzymes for biomass and plastic degradation in the Actinobacteria strain collection isolated from Trondheim's fjord, Norway
Streptomyces tardus sp. nov.: A Slow-Growing Actinobacterium Producing Candicidin, Isolated From Sediments of the Trondheim Fjord
Marine environments are home to an extensive number of microorganisms, many of which remain unexplored for taxonomic novelty and functional capabilities. In this study, a slow-growing Streptomyces strain expressing unique genomic and phenotypic characteristics, P38-E01T , was described using a...
Streptomyces poriferorum sp. nov., a novel marine sponge-derived Actinobacteria species expressing anti-MRSA activity
Marine sponges represent a rich source of uncharacterized microbial diversity, and many are host to microorganisms that produce biologically active specialized metabolites. Here, a polyphasic approach was used to characterize two Actinobacteria strains, P01-B04T and P01-F02, that were isolated from...
Unraveling the roles of the reductant and free copper ions in LPMO kinetics
Recent Advances in Enzymatic Conversion of Lignin to Value Added Products
Lignin is the second most abundant biopolymer and the largest reservoir of bio-based aromatic building blocks on earth that could replace numerous products currently produced from fossil feedstock with more sustainable, bio-based alternatives. However, its large-scale exploitation for value creation...