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Name: Professor Dr. Neubauer, Peter
Address: Bioprocess Engineering Laboratory Department of Process and Environmental Engineering University of Oulu POBox 4300 (Linnanmaa) FIN - 90014 University of Oulu Finland
Institution: Bioprocess Engineering Laboratory
City: Linnanmaa Zip: FIN - 90014
Country: Finland Phone: +358 8 553 2384 /
    Fax: +358 8 553 2304


Research Topics:


Organisms studied:
  • Escherichia coli
  • Lactobacillus lactis
  • Legionella pneumophila
  • Salmonellae


Special methods / technologies:
  • RNA based electrical chip analysis, RNA based robot analysis, quantiative measurement of RNAs
  • Protein based sandwich hybridisation
  • high cell density cultivation of microbes (and cells) in microlitre scale (e.g. as enrichment cultures)


Suggestions for potential research cooperations:
we are developing RNA or protein based quantiative and high throughput (microwell based, for robot use) assays for different microorganisms. Especially we are interested in mRNA based analysis of microorganisms. A second interest area for us are the performance of enrichment cultures in a knowledge based way. Therefore we have to offer a microscale high cell density cultivation teclhnique, which allows to obtain 50-100x higher cell densities than normal cultures and which can be performed selective.
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