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Christina Abildgaard, The Research Council of Norway
Kathleen D’Hondt, Flemish Government - dep Economy, Science and Innovation (Belgium)
Ian Shott, UK Industrial Biotech Growth Team (UK)
Peter Stougaard, University of Copenhagen (Denmark)
Steffen Danielsen, Novozymes, Denmark
Jan Buch Andersen, Managing Director Arcticzymes
Alan T. Bull, Emeritus Professors of Microbial Technology School of Biosciences, University of Kent
John Sigurd Svendsen, Director discovery research Lytix Biopharma, Norway
Paul Wender, Stanford University (USA)
Steinar Johansen, University of Tromsø (Norway)
Johan Verbeek, University of Waikato (New Zealand)
Guy Carter, Retired from Pfizer, (USA)
Roland Wohlgemuth, Sigma-Aldrich (Switzerland)
Svetlana Ermakova, PIBOC (Russia)
Pieter C. Dorrestein, University of California (USA)
Merja Penttila, VTT (Finland)
Marianne Waage Fougner, Statoil (Norway)
Birgitte Rønnow, Terranol (Denmark)
Lene Lange, Aalborg University Copenhagen (Denmark)


P34 Thermophilic cell factories for efficient conversion of brown algae biomass to high-value chemicals 

Sigrid Hakvåg1, Inga Marie Aasen2, Ingemar Nærdal2, Ingrid Sandbakken2, Tonje Heggeset2 and Trygve Brautaset1

P6: Novel protease producing bacteria isolated from the cold and alkaline ikaite columns in Greenland

Jeanette Eva Lylloff and Peter Stougaard

P45: High diversity and spatial stability in the Barents Sea seafloor microbiota

Nguyen Thi Tan, Bjarne Landfald

P12:  Bio-prospecting For Psychrophilic Enzymes From a Marine Arctic Metagenomic Library

Adele Williamson et al.

P56: Marbank – a national repository for marine resources

Eivor Lid Gamst et al.

P53: Genome-wide screen for molecular markers of muscle growth and sexual maturation in Atlantic cod, Gadus morhua

Carlo C. Lazado et al.

P51: High Throughput Sequencing and Analysis of Microbial DNA Isolated from a Deep Sea Oil Reservoir

Anna Lewin et al.

P50: Metagenomics-based Comparison of Microbial Communities of Two Wells of an Offshore Oil Reservoir on the Norwegian Continental Shelf

Alexander Wentzel et al.

P49: Novel Dehalogenases from Marine Bacteria

Jennifer Littlechild et al.

P48: From enzyme evolution to industrial level production of recombinant proteins

Håvard Sletta et al.

P47:  Enzyme screening of EhV-86 infected and uninfected Emiliania huxleyi strains

Jennifer Littlechild et al.

P46: Association of Bacteria with Larvae of Marine Bryozoa in Coastal Waters of Wales'

Joanne Porter et al.

P45: High diversity and spatial stability in the Barents Sea seafloor microbiota

Nguyen Thi Tan et al.

P44:  Bioprospecting in Arctic Marine Metatranscriptomes

Anna Vader et al.

P42: Next-generation sequencing and digital bioprospecting in corals and sea anemones

B.O. Karlsen et al.

P41: Enzymatic activity predictor based on sequence feature information

Josef Korbinian Vogt et al.

P40: Chemical and molecular diversity of the kenyan marine cyanobacterium Lyngbya majuscula

Thomas Dzeha et al.

P39: Heterologous Production of Carotenoids Using Genes Originating from Marine Bacteria

Trygve Brautaset

P38: Marine Natural Products: From the seabed to the hospital bed: New chemistry from the oceans

Andrew Mearns Spragg

P37: Heterotrophs from Icelandic waters and their biotechnological potentials

Hjorleifur Einarsson et al.

P36: Marine microalgae: bioprospecting beyond biofuels

Viswanath Kiron et al.

P33: Stereoselective Synthesis of Polyunsaturated Marine Natural Products and their Biological Effects

Trond Vidar Hansen

P32: Bioactive compounds from culturable marine microorganisms

Lars Herfindal et al.

P31: Oil extracted from the marine copepod Calanus finmarchicus reduces diet-induced obesity and insulin resistance, and improves aerobic capacity in mice

Terje Larsen et al.

P30: Investigating Actinobacterial diversity from sediments as a source of bioactive secondary metabolites

Katherine Duncan et al.

P27: Two novel centrocin antimicrobial peptides from the green sea urchin, Strongylocentrotus droebachiensis

Olaf B. Styrvold et al.

P26:  Sulphated polysaccharides of brown seaweeds: perspectives of production of medicine with antitumor effect

Svetlana Ermakova et el.

P25: Antimicrobial compounds from cold-water marine organisms

Margey Tadesse et al.

P24: Characterization of cytotoxic activities in extracts from two marine invertebrates

Maria Perander et al.

P22: Piscidin: a natural antibiotic isolated from Atlantic cod, Gadus morhua

Viswanath Kiron et al.

P21: Isolation and characterisation of ianthelline from an Arctic sponge

Anette O. Siiri et al.

P20: Novel immunostimulant gene not found in data banks: scientific aspects and commercial uses

BT Walther et al.

P19:  Diversity of antimicrobial peptides from the spider crab, Hyas araneus

Sigmund V. Sperstad et al.

P18: Arctic sea bacteria, a potential source of new antibiotics

Hanna Uvell et al.

P17: To Arrest or to Kill - Two marine antimicrobial peptides with different modes of action

Hans-Matti Blencke et al.

P15: Discovery of novel bioactive compounds using high throughput screening and mass spectrometry

Geir Klinkenberg et al.

P14: Compound from marine sponge with novel bioactivity: A metabolite with strong antioxidant and anti-inflammatory activities

Karianne F. Lind et al.

P11:  Characterization of a novel esterase from an arctic intertidal metagenomic library

Juan Fu

P10: Antifungal bacteria isolated from Greenlandic potato soils

Ditte Elsborg et al.

P9: Molecules For The Future. “Novel enzyme activities from environmental libraries - MARZymes”

Bjørn Altermark et al.

P8: Cold-active proteases from Greenlandic bacteria isolated from ikaite tufa columns

Eva Selsner-Rasmussen et al.

P4: Structure of sialic acid biosynthesis enzyme PtmG from Aliivibrio salmonicida

I.L.U. Ræder et al.

P3: Sialic acid biosynthesis in Aliivibrio salmonicida

I.L.U. Ræder et al.

P1: Novel use of osmolytes: retaining the psychrophilic character and improving the thermostability of the cold-adapted Hormone-Sensitive Lipase from the Antarctic bacteria Psychrobacter sp.TA144

D. de Pascale et al.

P55: Scavenging amphipods and isopods – a novel marine resource?

Ola Ween et al.

P54: BioStruct - "Connecting people" A Norwegian PhD school in structural biology

Vibeke Os

P52: Bioforsk North Bodø: The Northern Algae Commitment!

Margarita Novoa-Garrido et al.

P43: SmallRNAs in Atlantic halibut (Hippoglossus hippoglossus L.)

Bård O. Karlsen et al.

P35: Controlled production of chitosan fragments and applications in agriculture and medicine

Berit Bjugan Aam et al.

P34: Identification of molecular markers for egg quality in Atlantic halibut (Hippoglossus hippoglossus L.)

Maren Mommens et al.

P29: Pharmatlantic: Knowledge Transfer Network for Prevention of Mental Diseases and Cancer in the Atlantic Area

Rainer Ebel et al.

P28:  Structure-function insights of bioprospectering: high resolution NMR spectroscopy and MALDI TOF-TOF Mass-spectrometry

Alexander Dikiy

P23: Discovery of natural anti-diabetic drug candidates from arctic marine organisms: New molecular scaffolds as ligands regulating the activity of nuclear receptors

Steinar M. Paulsen et al.

P16: Characteristics and potential use of antimicrobial peptides from sea urchin, Strongylocentrotus droebachiensis

Klara Stensvåg1, Chun Li1, Tor Haug1, Hans-Matti Blencke1,2

P13: Bioprospecting for marine inhibitors of HIV protease

Inge W. Nilsen et al.

P7: Stability studies on Uracil DNA N-glycosylase from Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua)

Netsanet Gizaw Assefa et al.

P5: Cold active enzymes from ikaite columns, a novel low temperature, alkaline environment

J. Kjølhede Vester et al.

P2: Characterization of the first eukaryotic cold-adapted patatin-like phospholipase from the ciliate Euplotes focardii

G. Yang et al.