Daniel Stiefler-Jensen

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Enzymes from thermophilic and hyper-thermophilic organisms have an intrinsic high stability. Understanding the mechanisms behind their high stability will be important knowledge for the engineering of novel enzymes with high stability. Lysine methylation of proteins is prevalent in Sulfolobus, a genus of hyperthermophilic and acidophilic archaea. Both(More)
Membrane vesicles released by cells are responsible for various cellular functions of Archaea. They can be, for example, a stress response and transport of toxic compound from cells. Although studies have shown that membrane vesicles produced by euryarchaeal Thermococcales could participate in DNA transfer between cells at high temperature (Gaudin et al.,(More)
Enzymes from thermophilic and hyper-thermophilic organisms have an intrinsic high stability.<lb>Understanding the mechanisms behind their high stability will be an important tool for the<lb>engineering of novel enzymes with high stability. Histone like proteins, sul7d, from the hyperthermophilic and acidophilic archaea have been<lb>shown to have both(More)
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