Publications

Divulgative publications

Fantastic enzymes: where and how to find them

Patricia Molina Espeja, Markus MĂĽller, Sara Daniotti, Manuel Ferrer, & the FuturEnzyme Consortium

Searching for enzymes: reason, the environment.

12 October 2021 21:47 CEST (Text of the link in Spanish)

The use of enzymes to achieve more sustainable everyday consumer products.

Manuel Ferrer, Patricia Molina, Carolina Peñalva. Ambienta Journal Nº 128, 2021 second quarter. Innovation section. ISSN: 1577-9491.(Text of the link in Spanish)

Scientific publications

Enzymes for consumer products to achieve climate neutrality

Patricia Molina-Espeja, Julia Sanz-Aparicio, Peter N Golyshin, Ana Robles-Martín, Víctor Guallar, Fabrizio Beltrametti, Markus Müller, Mikhail Yakimov, Jan Modregger, Moniec van Logchem, Philippe Corvini, Patrick Shahgaldian, Christian Degering, Susanne Wieland, Anne Timm, Carla C C R de Carvalho, Ilaria Re, Sara Daniotti, Stephan Thies, Karl-Erich Jaeger, Jennifer Chow, Wolfgang R Streit, Roland Lottenbach, Rainer Rösch, Nazanin Ansari & Manuel Ferrer, The FuturEnzyme Consortium

Enzyme adaptation to habitat thermal legacy shapes the thermal plasticity of marine microbiomes

Ramona Marasco, Marco Fusi, Cristina Coscolín, Alan Barozzi, David Almendral, Rafael Bargiela, Christina Gohlke neé Nutschel, Christopher Pfleger, Jonas Dittrich, Holger Gohlke, Ruth Matesanz, Sergio Sanchez-Carrillo, Francesca Mapelli, Tatyana N. Chernikova, Peter N. Golyshin, Manuel Ferrer and Daniele Daffonchio

Assigning Functions of Unknown Enzymes by High-Throughput Enzyme Characterization

Patricia Molina-Espeja, Laura Fernandez-Lopez, Peter N. Golyshin & Manuel Ferrer

Design and Characterization of In-One Protease-Esterase PluriZyme

Laura Fernandez-Lopez, Sergi Roda, Jose L. Gonzalez-Alfonso, Francisco J. Plou, VĂ­ctor Guallar, Manuel Ferrer

Marine Bioprospecting, Biocatalysis and Process Development

Carlos J. C. Rodrigues, Carla C. C. R. de Carvalho

EP-Pred: A Machine Learning Tool for Bioprospecting Promiscuous Ester Hydrolases.

Ruite Xiang, Laura Fernandez-Lopez, Ana Robles-MartĂ­n, Manuel Ferrer and Victor Guallar

Cultivating marine bacteria under laboratory conditions: Overcoming the “unculturable” dogma

Carlos J. C. Rodrigues, Carla C. C. R. de Carvalho

A plurizyme with transaminase and hydrolase activity catalyzes cascade reactions

Sergi Roda, Laura Fernandez-Lopez, Marius Benedens, Alexander Bollinger, Stephan Thies, Julia Schumacher, Cristina CoscolĂ­n, Masoud Kazemi, Gerard Santiago, Christoph G. W. Gertzen, Jose L. Gonzalez-Alfonso, Francisco J. Plou, Karl-Erich Jaeger, Sander H. J. Smits, Manuel Ferrer, VĂ­ctor Guallar

Crystal structure of a family VIII β-lactamase fold hydrolase reveals the molecular mechanism for its broad substrate scope

Isabel Cea-Rama, Cristina Coscolín, José Luis Gonzalez-Alfonso, Jog Raj, Marko Vasiljević, Francisco J Plou, Manuel Ferrer, Julia Sanz-Aparicio

Metagenomic Mining for Esterases in the Microbial Community of Los Rueldos Acid Mine Drainage Formation

Paula Vidal, Mónica Martínez-Martínez, Laura Fernandez-Lopez, Sergi Roda, Celia Méndez-García, Olga V Golyshina, Víctor Guallar, Ana I Peláez, Manuel Ferrer

Process Development for Benzyl Alcohol Production by Whole-Cell Biocatalysis in Stirred and Packed Bed Reactors

Carlos J. C. Rodrigues, Carla C. C. R. de Carvalho

Calm and Frenzy: marine obligate hydrocarbonoclastic bacteria sustain ocean wellness.

 Michail M. Yakimov, Rafael Bargiela, Peter N. Golyshin.

Halapricum desulfuricans sp. nov., carbohydrate-utilizing, sulfur-respiring haloarchaea from hypersaline lakes.

Dimitry Y. Sorokina, Michail M. Yakimov, Enzo Messina, Alexander Y. Merkel, Michel Koenen, Nicole J. Bale, Jaap S. Sinninghe Damsté.

Cultivation of a vampire: 'Candidatus Absconditicoccus praedator'

Michail M. Yakimov, Alexander Y. Merkel, Vasil A. Gaisin, Martin Pilhofer, Enzo Messina, John E. Hallsworth, Alexandra A. Klyukina, Ekaterina N. Tikhonova, Vladimir M. Gorlenko

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