Microbiology, Genetics, Biomaterials
- Development of CRISPR-Cas systems for genetic modification of thermophilic microorganisms used for basic and practical research
- Exploration and development of new enzymes that can be used to produce valuable monosaccharides and oligosaccharides from seaweed and kelp
- New enzymes and enzyme processes from marine microorganisms for the processing of seaweed biomass
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Ito M., Sferruzzi-Perri AN, Edwards CA, Adalsteinsson BT, et al (2015) A trans-homologue interaction between reciprocally imprinted miR-127 and Rtl1 regulates placental development. Development 142:2425-30.
Adalsteinsson BT and Ferguson-Smith AC (2014) Epigenetic control of the genome - Lessons from genomic imprinting. Genes 5:635-55.
Adalsteinsson BT, et al (2012) Heterogeneity in white blood cells has the potential to confound DNA methylation measurements. PLoS ONE 7: e46705.
Karlsson EN, Sardari RRR, Ron EYC, Bjornsdottir SH, Adalsteinsson BT, et al (2020) Metabolic engineering of thermophilic bacteria for production of biotechnologically interesting compounds. In Lee NM (Eds.). (2020). Biotechnological Applications of Extremophilic Microorganisms (pp. 73-96). Berlin, Boston: The Gruyter.