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Programme

Gerardo Toledo, Synthetic Genomics, USA.
David Weiner, Verenium Corp (USA)
Michael Breuer, BASF SE (Germany)
Eric M. Hallerman, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (USA)
Kiron Viswanath, University of Nordland (Norway)
Yasuo Yoshikuni, Bio Arcitecture Lab, (USA)
Kjartan Sandnes, Marine BioProducts (Norway)
Susan Moger, Senior Fellow in Leadership, Manchester Business School, UK
Colin Ratledge, University of Hull (UK)
Charlotte Jacobsen, Technical University of Denmark, (Denmark)
Lise Madsen, NIFES (Norway)
Dieter Schinzer, Universität Magdeburg (Germany)
Evgeny V. Grishin, Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia
Dale Poulter, Bioorganic Chemistry (USA)
Lene Lange, Aalborg University Copenhagen (Denmark)
Gudmundur Haraldsson, University of Iceland (Iceland).

Posters

P16 Viral enzymes from marine sediment

Tan Thi Nguyen, et al.

P15 Subtilomycin: a novel lantibiotic from Bacillus subtilis strain MMA7 isolated from the marine sponge Haliclona simulans.

Robert Phelan

P14 GAIN - Green Academy In the North – An intense multidisciplinary Master Class in the high Arctic

Nikolaj Blom1,2*,Thomas Sicheritz-Pontén1,2,Aviaja Lyberth Hauptmann2, Sofie Katrine Lorentzen1, Sune Nordentoft Lauritsen3,Sabina Askholm Larsen3, & Rasmus Blom4

P13 Sialic acid biosynthesis in marine bacteria

Inger Lin Uttakleiv Ræder, M.K Gurung, B. Altermark, T.O Berg, R. Helland and A.O. Smalås

P12 Features and structure of a sialic acid aldolase from Aliivibrio salmonicida

Man Kumari Gurung, Bjørn Altermark, Inger Lin Uttakleiv Ræder, Ronny Helland and Arne Oskar Smalås

P8 Isatin hydrolase: Diagnostics tool at atomic resolution

Kaare Bjerregaard-Andersen

P7 Bioprospecting in the polar environment - exploiting marine metagenomes for hunting novel enzymes

Henrik Marcus Geertz-Hansen, Josef Korbinian Vogt, Nikolaj Blom, Thomas Sicheritz-Pontén

P6 Bioprospecting in the polar environment - exploiting marine metagenomes for hunting novel enzymes

Henrik Marcus Geertz-Hansen, Josef Korbinian Vogt, Nikolaj Blom, Thomas Sicheritz Pontén

P4 Hot investigations into Cold-Sourced Enzymes

Adele Williamson, Bjørn Altermark, Marcin Pierechod, Gro Bjerga, Hege Pedersen, Nils-Peder Willassen, Arne Smalås

P3 Cold-adapted (psychrophilic) marine bacteria as expression hosts

Helga Ertesvåg, Rahmi Lale, Deniz Ünver, Helga Ertesvåg, Morteza Shojaei Moghadam, Svein Valla Department of Biotechnology, NTNU,

P2 Genome sequencing of bacteria isolated from the Arctic marine environment (selected for oral presentation)

 

Hege Lynum Pedersen Researcher University of Tromsø, Norway

P21 Toolbox of Commercial Cosmetic Viability of Bioprospecing (selected for oral presentation)

Ragnhild Dragøy Whitaker et al

P37 Method for screening Environmental Isolates for Quorum Quenching Activity and Identification of a Candidate Marine Isolate: Cullulophaga baltica

Lafleur, J., Co-author, Mark Silby

P35 Antibacterial and anti-biofilm studies of synthetic compounds derived from marine antimicrobial compounds

Ekatarina Mishchenko et al.

P50 Antimicrobial peptides in marine diatomes

Renate D. Osvik et al.

p46 Effects of different media and pH changes on Secondary Metabolites in pH-tolerant strain, Streptomyces erringtonii (selected for oral presentation)

Putro, H.S.1, Hale, S.1, Ebel, R.1, Goodfellow, M.2, Jaspars, M.1

P1 Metabolomics as a Tool in the Identification and Production of New Antibiotics from Sponges and Endosymbiotic Bacteria (selected for oral presentation)

Christina Viegelmann, et al.

P9 Enzymatic assay for determination of a Parkinson’s disease marker, Isatin, in body fluids

Theis Sommer et al.

P48 The Biotechnology Centre of Oslo, UiO

Arnaud David, Anne Jorunn Stokka, Elisa Bjørgo, David McClymont, Kjetil Taskén

P17 SeaBioTech: Utilisation of metabolomics to study the production of secondary metabolites in bacterial symbionts isolated from marine sources.

Lynsey MacIntyre et al.

p 41 Antimicrobial activity of various species of algae

Sandra Wiik, Runar Solstad, Klara Stensvåg and Tor Haug

P8 Isatin hydrolase: Diagnostics tool at atomic resolution (selected for oral presentation)

Kaare Bjerregaard-Andersen et al.

P5 Bioprospecting Potential of the Unique Ikka Environment in Southwest Greenland Revealed through Comparative Genomics

Aviaja Lyberth Hauptmann, Anders Priemé and Peter Stougaard

Marine bioactive compounds in fish industries side streams

Nina Gringer et al.

P10 Rheological behavior of gelatin/polysaccharide complex gels (Selected for oral presentation)

Alexandra Maklakova et al.

P11 Herring - a golden prospect? (selected for oral presentation)

Diana Lindberg, Bjørnar Myrnes, Kersti Øverbø, Jan Arne Arnesen, Inge W Nilsen

Efficient screening of marine extracts for protease inhibition by combining surface plasmon resonance spectroscopy and FRET based activity assays

Tony Christopeit et al.

Isolation of Antiviral Secondary Metabolites from Marine Actinobacteria

Hanna Uvell et al.

Lipase-producing bacteria from an intertidal marine environment: isolation and characterization

Maria Jorge Geraldes Campos et al.

Effect of temperature and heavy metals on the activity of lysosomal glycosidases of the White Sea mussels M.edulis

Elizaveta Vdovinchenko et al.

p 22 Bioactivity of fish and meat subjected to food preparation (selected for oral presentation)

Ida-Johanne Jensen, Rune Larsen and Karl-Erik Eilertse (1. posterprize)

p18 Biological Surface-Active Compounds (BSCs) from Marine Microorganisms

Nga Phoung Dang et al