Elin Djurhuus Samuelsen, Ph.D.

 



Microbiologist


Email: eds@fiskaaling.fo

Phone: +298 774713


Affiliation:


P/F Fiskaaaling


Education:


Ph.D. Thesis:

Bioaugmentation of flow-through sand filters ľ A study of cell surface properties, adhesion and catabolic gene expression dynamics during phenoxy acid herbicide degradation


Areas of interest:


  • Microbiology
  • Molecular biology
  • Biotechnology
  • Biofilters/Biofilm
  • DNA extraction/purification
  • qPCR
  • Gene expression
  • DNA sequencing
  • UPLC
  • Bioinformatics

 


Publications:

  • Elin Djurhuus Samuelsen, Nora Badawi, Ole Nybroe, Sebastian R. S°rensen and Jens Aamand (2016). Adhesion to sand and ability to mineralise low pesticide concentrations are required for efficient bioaugmentation of flow-through sand filters. Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology, doi:10.1007/s00253-016-7909-6.
  • Elin Djurhuus Samuelsen, Mette H. Nicolaisen, Frederik Bak, Eva S. Rasmussen, Victor de Jager, Jos Raaijmakers, Ole Nybroe, Sebastian R. S°rensen and Jens Aamand (2016). The genetic background for phenoxy acid degradation in Sphingobium sp. strain PM2: Identification of genetic markers for MCPA, 2,4-D, dichlorprop and mecoprop mineralisation. Submitted to Applied and Environmental Microbiology.
  • Elin Djurhuus Samuelsen, Nora Badawi, Ole Nybroe, Mette H. Nicolaisen, Sebastian R. S°rensen and Jens Aamand (2016). Gene expression dynamics of the catabolic gene tfdC ľ a useful genetic marker for monitoring bioaugmentation and phenoxy acid degradation in flow-through sand filters. Submitted to Water Research.