Project

Transport and metabolism of exogenous nukleosides and nukleobases

Publisher

Supervisor

Location

Greater Copenhagen area

Most organisms can transport and incorporate different intermediates in the nucleotide metabolism through the so-called salvage pathways. These pathways are important both for the exploitation of exogenous precursors and intracellular turn-over of RNA. In a broader perspective, it is important to know the details of the different salvage pathways as a number of different chemotherapeutical drugs are analogs of the intermediates in the nucleotide metabolism. As a model system the nucleotide metabolism in Lactococcus lactis is analyzed, using measurement of enzymatic activities, isolation of mutants, cloning and sequencing of relevant genes and physiological experiments with mutants.

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Contact

Company / Organization

DTU Bioengineering

Name

Jan Martinussen

Position

Lektor

Mail

jma@bio.dtu.dk

Supervisor info

BSc in Biotechnology

Supervisor

Jan Martinussen

Co-supervisors

Mogens Kilstrup

ECTS credits

5 - 30

Type

Final project, BSc project, Course project, MSc thesis, Special course

BSc in Human Life Science Engineering

Supervisor

Jan Martinussen

Co-supervisors

Mogens Kilstrup

ECTS credits

5 - 30

Type

Final project, BSc project, Course project, MSc thesis, Special course

Kemi- og Bioteknologi

Supervisor

Jan Martinussen

Co-supervisors

Mogens Kilstrup

ECTS credits

5 - 30

Type

Final project, BSc project, Course project, MSc thesis, Special course

MSc in Bioinformatics and Systems Biology

Supervisor

Jan Martinussen

Co-supervisors

Mogens Kilstrup

ECTS credits

5 - 30

Type

Final project, BSc project, Course project, MSc thesis, Special course

MSc in Biotechnology

Supervisor

Jan Martinussen

Co-supervisors

Mogens Kilstrup

ECTS credits

5 - 30

Type

Final project, BSc project, Course project, MSc thesis, Special course

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