iimena

Integrating Informatics and Metabolic Engineering for the biosynthesis of Novel Antibiotics

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The iimena-project aims to integrate state-of-the art screening technologies, bioinformatics and metabolic engineering approches in order to identify and characterize novel secondary metabolites from actinomycetes, which can become lead-candidates for antibiotic drug development.

The iimena-project is funded by a Challenge Grant of the:

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Brazilian variant of coronavirus has been found at DTU, Centre for Diagnostics with help of researchers from the IIMENA project
March 3, 2021
Postdoctoral fellow Tue Sparholt Jørgensen and researcher Kai Blin from DTU Biosustain, Center for Biosustainability, were part of the team who found the Brazilian variant of the coronavirus...
IIMENA researchers featured in Berlingske where they explain their work using the Sanger sequencing method
IIMENA researchers featured in Berlingske where they explain their work using the Sanger sequencing method
February 28, 2021
Researchers at DTU Biosustain, Center for Biosustainability and part of the IIMENA project, explained their work contributed to the Covid-19 test samples in the Danish popular newspaper Berl...
CPH Bioscience Lecture: The AMR Challenge – Mining soils for drugs – Microbes as source for novel antibiotics
CPH Bioscience Lecture: The AMR Challenge – Mining soils for drugs – Microbes as source for novel antibiotics
February 26, 2021
On 25th February 2021 at the Novo Nordisk Foundation, professor Tilmann Weber had a pleasure to give a fantastic talk with title Mining soils for drugs – Microbes as source for novel antibio...