Photossynthetische Mikroben

Junior Professorship Synthetic Biology of Photosynthetic Organisms

photosynthetic microbes
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Welcome to the website of the junior professorship of synthetic biology of photosynthetic organisms at the Matthias Schleiden Institute!

Our research focuses on developing and utilising synthetic biology principles to improve photosynthetic cell factories. Our interest is to advance photosynthetic host chassis as a sustainable alternative towards biotechnological applications. To achieve this, we are using metabolic and genetic engineering techniques as well as molecular biology and biochemical methods. We are mainly working with cyanobacteria and with the eukaryotic model microalga Chlamydomonas reinhardtii. Apart from their plethora of proposed applications, we are also interested in unravelling fundamental cell biological processes (such as protein trafficking). Additionally, we want to gain more insights into the processing of environmental signals in co-cultures and communities of these organisms.

On this website you can find news and information about research and teaching in the group.

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Synthetic Biology of Photosynthetic Organisms
Room 309 + 310 (Office)
Dornburgerstraße 159
07743 Jena
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Friedrich Schiller University Jena
Matthias Schleiden Institute
Synthetic Biology of Photosynthetic Organisms

Dornburgerstr. 159
07743 Jena
Germany
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