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The University of Southampton
Ocean and Earth Science, National Oceanography Centre Southampton

Research project: Quantifying Protein Catalysts in Marine Systems

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Enzymes in marine systems catalyse biogeochemical cycles in marine systems.

Resource allocation to protein catalysts in Trichodesmium
Protein catalysts in Trichodesmium

In this project we are developing molecular methods to quantify the abundance of the major catalysts of the biological carbon and and nitrogen cycles in ocean systems. These techniques enable us to understand how these processes are regulated on oceanographic scales.

Richier S, Macey Al, Pratt NJ, Honey DJ, Moore CM, Bibby TS. (2012) Abundances of Iron-Binding Photosynthetic and Nitrogen-Fixing Proteins of Trichodesmium Both in Culture and In Situ from the North Atlantic. PLoS ONE (7), 5

Key Contacts

Dr Tom Bibby
Dr Mark Moore

PhDs and Other Opportunities


Related research groups

Marine Biogeochemistry
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