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J (Hans) Tramper grad student 1994 Wageningen University
 (Nitrification by immobilized cells)


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Klaske Schippers grad student 2007-2012 Wageningen University (FlyTree)
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Muñoz CF, Südfeld C, Naduthodi MIS, et al. (2021) Genetic engineering of microalgae for enhanced lipid production. Biotechnology Advances. 107836
Gao F, Cabanelas ITD, Wijffels RH, et al. (2021) Fucoxanthin and docosahexaenoic acid production by cold-adapted Tisochrysis lutea. New Biotechnology
Hulatt CJ, Wijffels RH, Posewitz MC. (2021) The genome of the haptophyte Diacronema lutheri (Pavlova lutheri, Pavlovales): A model for lipid biosynthesis in eukaryotic algae. Genome Biology and Evolution
D'Adamo S, Kormelink R, Martens D, et al. (2021) Prospects for viruses infecting eukaryotic microalgae in biotechnology. Biotechnology Advances. 107790
Schulze M, Lemke J, Pollard D, et al. (2021) Automation of high CHO cell density seed intensification via online control of the cell specific perfusion rate and its impact on the N-stage inoculum quality. Journal of Biotechnology. 335: 65-75
Südfeld C, Hubáček M, Rodrigues Figueiredo D, et al. (2021) High-throughput insertional mutagenesis reveals novel targets for enhancing lipid accumulation in Nannochloropsis oceanica. Metabolic Engineering
Schipper K, Al-Jabri HMSJ, Wijffels RH, et al. (2021) Techno-economics of algae production in the Arabian Peninsula. Bioresource Technology. 331: 125043
Eppink MHM, Ventura SPM, Coutinho JAP, et al. (2021) Multiproduct Microalgae Biorefineries Mediated by Ionic Liquids. Trends in Biotechnology
Schipper K, Das P, Muraikhi MA, et al. (2021) Outdoor scale-up of Leptolyngbya sp.: effect of light intensity and inoculum volume on photoinhibition and -oxidation. Biotechnology and Bioengineering
Lian J, Schimmel P, Sanchez-Garcia S, et al. (2021) Different co-occurring bacteria enhance or decrease the growth of the microalga Nannochloropsis sp. CCAP211/78. Microbial Biotechnology
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