Inga Marie Aasen
Inga Marie Aasen
Publikasjoner og ansvarsområder
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...
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...
Products from a seaweed biorefinery – Technological and economical assessment of product combinations.
Manufacture of dry-cured ham: a review. Part 1. Biochemical changes during the technological process
Dry-cured ham is a traditional meat product highly appreciated by consumers. Production of dry-cured ham is a time-consuming process which varies between different ham types. There are many factors affecting the final characteristics of dry-cured ham. The quality of the raw material and the process ...
Hva med en kortreist super-skinke?
Skotter vil lage biodrivstoff av whisky
Tare bioraffineri: Biobaserte produkter fra tare.
A new Norwegian bioeconomy based on cultivation and processing of seaweeds: Oportunities and R&D
Cultivation of macroalgae at the lowest trophic level, using only sunlight and nutrients from the sea while taking up CO2, will have a neutral carbon footprint and the biomass will contribute significantly to meet the demand for food, feed, materials, chemicals, fuels and pharmaceuticals in near fut...
Rapid metabolic profiling of developing Pseudomonas aeruginosa biofilms by high-resolution mass spectrometry fingerprinting
Biofilms are single- or multi-species communities of bacteria that are enclosed in an extracellular matrix. These cells generally exhibit phenotypes that are significantly different from those of planktonic cells, yet detailed elucidation of the causality and the exact nature of this metabolic shift...