The overall goal of my Ph.D project is to increase our knowledge on the functional diversity, energy metabolisms and biochemical properties of proteolytic and amino acid degrading microorganisms living in hydrothermal vent fields.
- 2016. Marinitoga arctica sp. Nov., a thermophilic, anaerobic heterotroph isolated from a Mid-Ocean Ridge vent field. International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology. 5070-5076.
- 2020. Enzyme discovery from the edge of (sequence) space.
- 2020. Bringing deep-sea enzymes to light.
Røyseth, V. (2015). Physiological Characterization of Marinitoga sp. Strain 2PyrY55-1T, Isolated From a Hydrothermal Chimney Structure in Soria Moria Vent Field. University of Bergen. 85 sider.