Detmer Sipkema
Detmer Sipkema
Wageningen University, Laboratory of Microbiology
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Marine sponges as pharmacy
D Sipkema, MCR Franssen, R Osinga, J Tramper, RH Wijffels
Marine biotechnology 7, 142-162, 2005
The impact of rearing environment on the development of gut microbiota in tilapia larvae
C Giatsis, D Sipkema, H Smidt, H Heilig, G Benvenuti, J Verreth, ...
Scientific reports 5 (1), 18206, 2015
Marine rare actinomycetes: a promising source of structurally diverse and unique novel natural products
R Subramani, D Sipkema
Marine drugs 17 (5), 249, 2019
Large‐scale production of pharmaceuticals by marine sponges: Sea, cell, or synthesis?
D Sipkema, R Osinga, W Schatton, D Mendola, J Tramper, RH Wijffels
Biotechnology and bioengineering 90 (2), 201-222, 2005
NG-Tax, a highly accurate and validated pipeline for analysis of 16S rRNA amplicons from complex biomes
J Ramiro-Garcia, GDA Hermes, C Giatsis, D Sipkema, EG Zoetendal, ...
F1000Research 5, 2016
Bioprospecting sponge-associated microbes for antimicrobial compounds
AAG Indraningrat, H Smidt, D Sipkema
Marine drugs 14 (5), 87, 2016
The multi-omics promise in context: from sequence to microbial isolate
J Gutleben, M Chaib De Mares, JD Van Elsas, H Smidt, J Overmann, ...
Critical reviews in microbiology 44 (2), 212-229, 2018
The sponge microbiome project
L Moitinho-Silva, S Nielsen, A Amir, A Gonzalez, GL Ackermann, ...
Gigascience 6 (10), gix077, 2017
Feed, microbiota, and gut immunity: using the zebrafish model to understand fish health
A López Nadal, W Ikeda-Ohtsubo, D Sipkema, D Peggs, C McGurk, ...
Frontiers in Immunology 11, 512428, 2020
Multiple Approaches To Enhance the Cultivability of Bacteria Associated with the Marine Sponge Haliclona (gellius) sp
D Sipkema, K Schippers, WJ Maalcke, Y Yang, S Salim, HW Blanch
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 77 (6), 2130-2140, 2011
The effect of the algal microbiome on industrial production of microalgae
J Lian, RH Wijffels, H Smidt, D Sipkema
Microbial biotechnology 11 (5), 806-818, 2018
Cultivation of sponges, sponge cells and symbionts: achievements and future prospects
KJ Schippers, D Sipkema, R Osinga, H Smidt, SA Pomponi, DE Martens, ...
Advances in marine biology 62, 273-337, 2012
Realizing the promises of marine biotechnology
EEM Luiten, I Akkerman, A Koulman, P Kamermans, H Reith, MJ Barbosa, ...
Biomolecular Engineering 20 (4-6), 429-439, 2003
Impact of a wastewater treatment plant on microbial community composition and function in a hyporheic zone of a eutrophic river
S Atashgahi, R Aydin, MR Dimitrov, D Sipkema, K Hamonts, L Lahti, ...
Scientific reports 5 (1), 17284, 2015
Effect of salinity on nitrification efficiency and structure of ammonia-oxidizing bacterial communities in a submerged fixed bed bioreactor
C Cortés-Lorenzo, M Rodríguez-Díaz, D Sipkema, B Juárez-Jiménez, ...
Chemical Engineering Journal 266, 233-240, 2015
The colonization dynamics of the gut microbiota in tilapia larvae
C Giatsis, D Sipkema, H Smidt, J Verreth, M Verdegem
PloS one 9 (7), e103641, 2014
Succession of embryonic and the intestinal bacterial communities of Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) reveals stage‐specific microbial signatures
J Lokesh, V Kiron, D Sipkema, JMO Fernandes, T Moum
MicrobiologyOpen 8 (4), e00672, 2019
Primmorphs from seven marine sponges: formation and structure
D Sipkema, R Van Wielink, AAM Van Lammeren, J Tramper, R Osinga, ...
Journal of biotechnology 100 (2), 127-139, 2003
Similar sponge‐associated bacteria can be acquired via both vertical and horizontal transmission
D Sipkema, S de Caralt, JA Morillo, WA Al‐Soud, SJ Sørensen, H Smidt, ...
Environmental microbiology 17 (10), 3807-3821, 2015
Comparative genomic analysis of Flavobacteriaceae: insights into carbohydrate metabolism, gliding motility and secondary metabolite biosynthesis
A Gavriilidou, J Gutleben, D Versluis, F Forgiarini, MWJ van Passel, ...
BMC genomics 21, 1-21, 2020
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