Matís Staff

Björn Þór Aðalsteinsson

Verkefnastjóri

Svið: Líftækni

Sími: +354 4225066 /

Netfang: bjornth@matis.is

Sérþekking:

Örverufræði, Erfðatækni, Lífefni

Verkefni:

Ritaskrá

2018:

Correra R.M., Ollitrault D., Valente M., Mazzola A., Adalsteinsson B.T., et al (2018) The parentally imprinted gene Pw1/Peg3 regulates skeletal muscle growth, satellite cell metabolic state, and self-renewal. Scientific Reports, 8:14649.

2015:

Ito M., Sferruzzi-Perri A.N., Edwards C.A., Adalsteinsson B.T., et al (2015) A trans-homologue interaction between reciprocally imprinted miR-127 and Rtl1 regulates placenta development. Development 142:2425-30.

2014:

Adalsteinsson B.T. and Ferguson-Smith A.C. (2014) Epigenetic control of the genome – Lessons from genomic imprinting. Genes 5:635-55.

2012:

Adalsteinsson B.T., et al (2012) Heterogeneity in white blood cells has potential to confound DNA methylation measurements. PLoS ONE 7:e46705.

Book chapters:

Karlsson E.N., Sardari R.R.R., Ron E.Y.C., Bjornsdottir S.H., Adalsteinsson B.T., et al (2020) Metabolic engineering of thermophilic bacteria for production of biotechnologically interesting compounds. In Lee N.M. (Eds.). (2020). Biotechnological Applications of Extremophilic Microorganisms (pp. 73-96). Berlin, Boston: De Gruyter.