Industrial Biotechnology

Functional genomics plays an important role in the study of biological systems used in industrial biotechnology. Understanding these systems and the function of the underlying genes allows organisms to be engineered for production of biofuels and industrial enzymes. Organisms can also be harnessed for use in bioreactors to generate energy, and adapted for bioremediation.

TimeLogic's accelerated sequence comparison tools enable rapid understanding of the systems biology behind these organisms and allow bioengineering to contribute solutions to real world energy problems.

Related Scientific Citations

  1. Evaluation of microbial biofilm communities from an Alberta oil sands tailings pond
    Susanne Golby, Howard Ceri, Lisa M. Gieg, Indranil Chatterjee, Lyriam L.R. Marques, Raymond J. Turner
  2. Effect of Sodium Bisulfite Injection on the Microbial Community Composition in a Brackish-Water-Transporting Pipeline
    Hyung Soo Park, Indranil Chatterjee, Xiaoli Dong, Sheng-Hung Wang, Christoph W. Sensen, Sean M. Caffrey, Thomas R. Jack, Joe Boivin, and Gerrit Voordouw
  3. Microbial community succession in a bioreactor modeling a souring low-temperature oil reservoir subjected to nitrate injection
    Cameron M. Callbeck, Xiaoli Dong, Indranil Chatterjee, Akhil Agrawal, Sean M. Caffrey, Christoph W. Sensen and Gerrit Voordouw
  4. Microbially Influenced Corrosion In Oil Sands Water Handling Facilities.
    Hyung Soo Park, Indranil Chatterjee, Shawna Johnston, Man-Ling Wong, Thomas R.Jack, Gerrit Voordouw, Joseph Boivin
  5. Carbon and sulfur cycling by microbial communities in a gypsum-treated oil sands tailings pond.
    Ramos-Padrón E, Bordenave S, Lin S, Bhaskar IM, Dong X, Sensen CW, Fournier J, Voordouw G, Gieg LM.