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Institute of Technical Microbiology

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Institute of Technical Microbiology V-7 Kasernenstraße 12
D-21073 Hamburg

Telephone 040 42878-3638

Aktuelles

A new review article in Current Opinion in Microbiology

Our review article entitled "Exploration of extremophiles for high temperature biotechnological processes" has been accepted for publication in Curr. Opin. Microbiol. Congratulations!

Mara's paper has been accepted

Mara's paper entitled "Fast and reliable production, purification and characterization of heat-stable, bifunctional enzyme chimeras" has been accepted for publication in AMB Express. Congratulations!

Bachelor project: Inge Heuschkel

Inge Heuschkel joins the institute for her Bachelor project. She will characterize macroalgae-degrading enzymes. Welcome!

Amélie's paper has been accepted

Amélie's paper entitled "A hydrolase-based reporter system to uncover the protein splicing performance of an archaeal intein" has been accepted in Appl. Microbiol. Biotechnol. Congratulations! 

Caro's paper has been accepted

Caro's and Saskia's paper entitled "First glycoside hydrolase family 2 enzymes from Thermus antranikianii and Thermus brockianus with β-glucosidase activity" has been accepted for publication in Front. Bioeng. Biotechnol. Congratulations! Schröder et al. 2015 

News

A new review article in Current Opinion in Microbiology

Our review article entitled "Exploration of extremophiles for high temperature biotechnological processes" has been accepted for publication in Curr. Opin. Microbiol. Congratulations!

Mara's paper has been accepted

Mara's paper entitled "Fast and reliable production, purification and characterization of heat-stable, bifunctional enzyme chimeras" has been accepted for publication in AMB Express. Congratulations!

Bachelor project: Inge Heuschkel

Inge Heuschkel joins the institute for her Bachelor project. She will characterize macroalgae-degrading enzymes. Welcome!

Amélie's paper has been accepted

Amélie's paper entitled "A hydrolase-based reporter system to uncover the protein splicing performance of an archaeal intein" has been accepted in Appl. Microbiol. Biotechnol. Congratulations! 

Caro's paper has been accepted

Caro's and Saskia's paper entitled "First glycoside hydrolase family 2 enzymes from Thermus antranikianii and Thermus brockianus with β-glucosidase activity" has been accepted for publication in Front. Bioeng. Biotechnol. Congratulations! Schröder et al. 2015