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User:Eva Madland

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Eva Madland has a M.Sc. in organic chemistry from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (Trondheim, Norway), where she worked on isolation, separation and structural elucidation of natural products from plants. In 2020 she completed her PhD in Biotechnology at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (Trondheim, Norway) under the supervision by Professor Finn Lillelund Aachmann and Professor Morten Sørlie. The work focused on studying interactions between carbohydrate-binding modules and carbohydrates using NMR spectroscopy. Currently, she is continuing this work in the Biopolymer NMR group led by Professor Finn Lillelund Aachmann.

She has worked on the following CBMs:

  • CBM14 from human chitotriosidase [1]
  • CBM86 from Roseburia intestinalis L1-82 [2, 3]
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  1. Madland E, Crasson O, Vandevenne M, Sørlie M, and Aachmann FL. (2019). NMR and Fluorescence Spectroscopies Reveal the Preorganized Binding Site in Family 14 Carbohydrate-Binding Module from Human Chitotriosidase. ACS Omega. 2019;4(26):21975-21984. DOI:10.1021/acsomega.9b03043 | PubMed ID:31891077 [Madland2019]
  2. Madland E, Kitaoku Y, Sætrom GI, Leth ML, Ejby M, Hachem MA, and Aachmann FL. (2019). (1)H, (13)C and (15)N backbone and side-chain assignment of a carbohydrate binding module from a xylanase from Roseburia intestinalis. Biomol NMR Assign. 2019;13(1):55-58. DOI:10.1007/s12104-018-9850-3 | PubMed ID:30244308 [Madland2018]
  3. Leth ML, Ejby M, Madland E, Kitaoku Y, Slotboom DJ, Guskov A, Aachmann FL, and Abou Hachem M. (2020). Molecular insight into a new low-affinity xylan binding module from the xylanolytic gut symbiont Roseburia intestinalis. FEBS J. 2020;287(10):2105-2117. DOI:10.1111/febs.15117 | PubMed ID:31693302 [Leth2020]

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