Posters 2017

Posters 2017

Note: BIOPROSP_17 was a huge success, and is now over. Feel free to browse the website for information from the past. See you at BIOPROSP_19!

Browse the abstracts below to see what topics were covered at our poster session. You will find more information about posters hereView poster information from previous conferences in our Archive.

Session 2: Exploration of marine biomass

P4 Rest materials from fishery as feedstock for fermentation production of biosurfactants 

Nga Dang1, Vasskog2, Eksteen2and Whitaker3

P10 Proteins and chitin in the press cake from production of oil from the copepod Calanus finmarchicus

Therese Udin1, Alice Marie Pedersen2 and Ragnar L Olsen1

P11 Lipids in the press cake obtained during the production of oil from Calanus finmarchicus

Anja Sjøvoll1, Alice Marie Pedersen2 and Ragnar L. Olsen1

P 12 Efficient production of sialic acids- Using enzymes for biomass conversion

Man Kumari Gurung1, Tor Olav Berg1, Marie-J. Haglund Halsør1, Bjørn Altermark1, Ingar Leiros1, Ronny Helland1, Ulli Rothweiler1, Arne O. Smalås1and Inger Lin U. Ræder1

P18 Large northern diatom species as candidates for profitable biomass production

Andrea Cornelia Gerecht1, Gunilla Kristina Eriksen1, Richard Andre Ingebrigtsen1 and Hans Christian Eilertsen1

P22 Antimicrobial peptides in the marine gastropod, Neptunea despecta

Lindsey Leigh Beecher Martinsen1, Ida Kristine Hansen1, Klara Stensvåg1 and Tor Haug1

P23 Halogenated antimicrobial peptides from the red sea urchin Echinus esculentus

Tor Haug1, Runar Gjerp Solstad2, Chun Li1, Johan Isaksson3, Jostein Johansen3, Johan Svenson4 and Klara Stensvåg1

P26 Creating database for identification of marine bacteria using MALDI-TOF MS

Solveig Bentdal1, Jonathan Hira1, Brian Guennigsman2, Bjarne Landfald1 and Klara Stensvåg1

P27 Discovery of novel algae-degrading enzymes from marine bacteria

Mikkel Schultz-Johansen1, Pernille Kjersgaard Bech1, Rosanna Catherine Hennessy1 and Peter Stougaard1

P29 MicroMBT: Microbial communities and moving bed technology as tools for conversion of marine biomass

Concetta De Santi1, Ragnhild Dragøy Whitaker2, Elin Moe3, Fredrik Almqvist4, Nils-Peder Willassen1 and Peik Haugen1

P30 Exploiting seasonal changes in the biochemical fate of carbon fixed by benthic diatoms 

Tanja Moerdijk-Poortvliet1 and Dorien Derksen1

P33 Isolation of bioactive compounds from Morocco marine cyanobacterial mats

Teresa Martins1, Vitor Ramos1, Maria Sofia Costa1, Lucinda Bessa2, Paulo Martins Da Costa2, Ralph Urbatzka1, Meryem Hassouani3, Sabour Brahim3, Vitor Vasconcelos4 and Pedro Leão1

P40 Evaluating the efficiency of commercial inhibitors in preventing blueing in snow crab

Diana Lindberg1, Sten Siikavuopio1, Kersti Øverbø1, Grete Lorentzen1 and Ragnhild Whitaker1

P41 Production of polyhydroxyalkanoate-based bioplastics from marine bacteria

Netsanet G. Assefa1, Hilde Hansen1, Bjørn Altermark1, Seila Pandur1 and Arne O. Smalås1

P42 Enzymatic protein hydrolysis of mixed by-products

Kenneth Kristoffersen1, Enno Fricke1, Nina Helle1, Silje Kristine Aas1, Sileshi Wubshet1, Nils Kristian Afseth1 and Diana Lindberg1

P43 OCEANCHArCoT: bioprospection of the Great Barrier Reef chemodiversity

Benoît Serive1, Ronald Quinn2 and Stéphane Bach1

P44 Localisation of secondary metabolites on marine surfaces by DESI - Imaging Mass Spectrometry

Annemarie Kramer1, Delphine Parrot1, Antje Labes2, Florian Weinberger3, Martin Wahl3, Ruth A. Schmitz-Streit4 and Deniz Tasdemir1

P45 Arctic snow algae for biomass and lipid production at low temperatures?

Chris J Hulatt1, Orsolya Berecz1, Einar Egeland1, Rene Wijffels2 and Viswanath Kiron1

P47 Animal-like prostaglandins in the marine microalga Skeletonema marinoi

Valeria Di Dato1, Ida Orefice2, Alberto Amato3, Adele Cutignano4, Adrianna Ianora2 and Giovanna Romano2

P48 Marine diatoms are a rich source of bioactivity

Richard A. Ingebrigtsen1, Espen Hansen2, Jeanette H. Andersen2, Gunilla Eriksen1 and Hans Christian Eilertsen1
Parallel Session 3B: Synthetic biology – Enabling targeted and accelerated production organism development

P7 Enhanced CRISPR/Cas9-mediated precise genome editing

Jason Potter1, Xiquan Liang1, Shantanu Kumar1, Namritha Ravinder1, Anja Martinez2, Julie Wood3 and Jonathan D Chesnut1

P21 Development of a novel expression host for challenging enzymes

Jenny Söderberg1, Miriam Grgic1 and Peik Haugen1

P35 Discovery of proteases for bioconversion of marine biomass

Øivind Larsen1, Hasan Arsın2, Runar Stokke2, Antonio García-Moyano1, Pål Puntervoll1, Ingar Leiros3, Arne O. Smalås3, Ida H. Steen2, Gro Bjerga1
Session 4: Applications of marine natural products

P2 The dinoflagellate Alexandrium minutum activates mitophagy in cancer cells 

Christian Galasso1, Clementina Sansone1, Genoveffa Nuzzo2, Angelo Fontana2, Giovanna Romano1, Francesco Esposito1 and Adrianna Ianora1

P3 Towards the Synthesis of Martinella Alkaloids 

Marianne Bore Haarr0, Emil Lindbäck0 and Magne Sydnes0

P5 Looking for antibiofilm agents from Polar marine bacteria: novel therapeutic solutions for biofilm-related nosocomial infections.

Annarita Ricciardelli1, Concetta Lauro1, Angela Casillo1, Marcello Ziaco1, Rosanna Papa2, Marco Tilotta2, Laura Selan2, Maria Michela Corsaro1, Maria Luisa Tutino1, Marco Artini2 and Ermenegilda Parrilli1

P6 BioCHOS – antifungal chitosan oligomers

Berit Bjugan Aam1 and Kristine Bistrup Eide1

P8 The marine environment as source of quorum sensing inhibitors

Andrea Muras1, Celia Mayer1, Sarah Ikediashi1, Manuel Romero1 and Ana Otero1

P9 Phytosterols in seaweed as nutraceutical for fighting Alzheimer’s disease

Michiel Michels1and Dorien Derksen2

P13 Isolation and Characterization of Secondary Metabolites from Extracts of Arctic Marine Invertebrates

Eirin Glomsaker1, Espen Hansen1, Jeanette H. Andersen1, Johan Isaksson2and Kine Ø. Hansen1

P14 Drug Discovery in Petri Dish against Crop Diseases: Microbial Co-cultivation for Increasing the Chemical Diversity of Marine Fungi

Ernest Oppong-Danuah1, Delphine Parrot1, Antje Labes2 and Deniz Tasdemir1

P15 Exploring the Potential of Two Arctic Marine Bacteria for the Production of Bioactive Metabolites

Marte Jenssen1, Venke Kristoffersen1, Kine Ø. Hansen1, Marte Albrigtsen1, Espen Hansen1 and Jeanette H. Andersen1

P16 Isolation and characterization of securamines from Securiflustra securifrons

Kine Ø. Hansen1, Johan Isaksson2, Jeanette H. Andersen3 and Espen Hansen4

P17 Arctic Biotechnology – Sustainable Products and Processes from Arctic Biological Resources 

Rosanna Hennessy1, Mariane Schmidt Thøgersen1 and Peter Stougaard1

P19 Effect of co-culturing on the antibiotic activity of marine fungi

Teppo Rämä1, Venke Kristoffersen1, Jeanette H. Andersen1 and Espen Hansen1

P20 Actiskin: a new cosmeceutical formulation from the green microalga Tetraselmis suecica

Christian Galasso1, Clementina Sansone2, Angelo Fontana3, Genoveffa Nuzzo4, Adele Cutignano4, Tiziano Croci5, Rolando Lorenzetti5, Giovanna Romano6 and Adrianna Ianora2

P24 Exploring the Antibacterial and Anticancer Activity Potential of Five Marine Fungi 

Hanne Bragmo1, Jeanette Hammer Andersen2, Espen Hansen2 and Teppo Rämä2

P25 Cold adaptation - still hot for biotechnological industry?

Yvonne Piotrowski1, Netsanet G. Assefa1, Ronny Helland1 and Atle N. Larsen1

P28 The Osteogenic Potential of Brown Seaweeds Extracts

Aaron O'kane1, Matthew Carson2, Susan Clarke2, Paulo J. Gavaia3, Vincent Laizé4, Leonor Cancela3, Gary Sheldrake1 and Pamela Walsh1

P31 Microbial communities: isolation of antimicrobial compounds by an integrated omics approach

Fortunato Palma Esposito1, Pietro Tedesco1, Emiliana Tortorella1, Maura Mirra1, Antonio Masino1, Angela Falco1 and Donatella De Pascale1

P32 Generation of spheroids of cancer cells for screening of anti-tumour activity of cyanobacterialextracts and isolated compounds

Maria Lígia Sousa1, Marco Preto2, Pedro Leão1, Rosário Martins3, Stig Linder4, Vítor Vasconcelos5 and Ralph Urbatzka6

P36 Culturable Marine Organism as a Source for Bioactive Compounds

Andrea Bourdelais1, Daniel Baden1 and Jennifer Mccall2

P39 A wave moving marine materials up to the biomedical field: engineering different human tissues as high added-value blue biotechnology approach

​Tiago H. Silva1and Rui L. Reis1

P46 Antibacterial Marine Natural Product Mimics for treatment of infections

Ekaterina Mishchenko1, Elizaveta Igumnova2, Johanna Sollid3, Hans-Matti Blencke1, Silje Lauksund1, Tor Haug1, Elizabeth Fredheim4, Morten Strøm2 and Klara Stensvåg1
Session 1: Evolving regulatory aspects of marine biodiversity

P1 Treasures of the Deep - Regulative Challenges for Marine Bioprospecting Based Innovation

Niels Krabbe