Below is a list of peer-reviewed journal publications from our group. You can see also Paul Hudson's Google Scholar, ORCID, Publons.

CRISPR interference screens reveal growth–robustness tradeoffs in Synechocystis sp. PCC 6803 across growth conditions (2023)

Authors: Miao R, Jahn M, Peltier G, Hudson EP

Source: The Plant Cell

Laboratory evolution of Synechocystis sp. PCC 6803 for phenylpropanoid production (2023)

Authors: Kukil K, Englund E, Crang N, Hudson EP, Lindberg P

Source: Metabolic Engineering

The Calvin Benson cycle in bacteria: New insights from systems biology (2023)

Authors: Hudson, EP

Source: Seminars in Cell and Developmental Biology

Inducible CRISPR/Cas9 Allows for Multiplexed and Rapidly Segregated Single-Target Genome Editing in Synechocystis Sp. PCC 6803 (2022)

Authors: Ivana Cengic, Ines Canada, Nigel Minton, Elton P. Hudson

Source: ACS Synthetic Biology 11, 3100-3113

Synthetic metabolic pathways for conversion of CO2 into secreted short-to medium-chain hydrocarbons using cyanobacteria (2022)

Authors: Ian S. Yunus, Josefine Anfelt, Emil Sporre, Rui Miao, Elton P. Hudson, Patrik R.Jones

Source: Metabolic Engineering 72, 14-23

Thermodynamic limitations of PHB production from formate and fructose in Cupriavidus necator (2022)

Authors: Janasch M, Crang N, Asplund-Samuelsson J, Sporre E, Bruch M, Gynnå A, Jahn M, Hudson EP

Source: Metabolic Engineering 73, 256-269

Protein allocation and utilization in the versatile chemolithoautotroph Cupriavidus necator (2021)

Authors: Jahn M, Crang N, Janasch M, Hober A, Forsström B, Kimler K, Mattausch A, Chen Q, Asplund Samuelsson J, Hudson EP

Source: eLife 10.7554/eLife.69019

Cycling between growth and production phases increases cyanobacteria bioproduction of lactate (2021)

Authors: Shabestary K, Pineda-Hernandez H, Miao R, Ljungqvist E, Hallman O, Sporre E, Branco dos Santos F, Hudson EP

Source: Metabolic Engineering 68, 131-141

Synthetic Biology in Cyanobacteria and Applications for Biotechnology (2021)

Authors: Hudson EP

Source: Chapter 5 in Cyanobacteria Biotechnology p 123-170

Slow Protein Turnover Explains Limited Protein-Level Response to Diurnal Transcriptional Oscillations in Cyanobacteria (2021)

Authors: Karlsen J, Asplund Samuelsson J, Jahn M, Vitay D, Hudson EP

Source: Frontiers in Microbiology 12, 1-12

CO2 fixation gets a second chance (2021)

Authors: Janasch M and Hudson EP

Source: Nature Catalysis 4, 94–95

Wide range of metabolic adaptations to the acquisition of the Calvin cycle revealed by comparison of microbial genomes (2021)

Authors: Asplund-Samuelsson, J. and Hudson, EP.

Source: PLoS Computational Biology 17(2): e1008742.

Engineering of Ancestors as a Tool to Elucidate Structure, Mechanism, and Specificity of Extant Terpene Cyclase (2020)

Authors: Schriever K, Saenz-Mendez P, Rudraraju RS, Hendrikse NM, Hudson EP, Biundo A, Schnell R, and Syrén PO

Source: Journal of the American Chemical Society

Pooled CRISPRi screening of Synechocystis sp PCC 6803 for enhanced industrial phenotypes (2020)

Authors: Yao L^, Shabestary K^, Björk S, Asplund-Samuelsson J, Joensson H, Jahn M, Hudson EP.

Source: Nature Communications 11 1666.

Environmental impacts and limitations of third‐generation biobutanol: Life cycle assessment of n‐butanol produced by genetically engineered cyanobacteria (2020)

Authors: Nilsson A, Shabestary K, Brandao M, Hudson EP.

Source: Journal of Industrial Ecology 24, 205-216.

Kinetic modeling of the Calvin cycle identifies flux control and stable metabolomes in Synechocystis carbon fixation (2019)

Authors: Janasch M, Asplund-Samuelsson J, Steuer R, Hudson EP.

Source: Journal of Experimental Botany 70 973-983.

Systematic overexpression study to find target enzymes enhancing production of terpenes in Synechocystis PCC 6803, using isoprene as a model compound (2018)

Authors: Englund E, Shabestary K, Hudson EP, Lindberg P.

Source: Metabolic Engineering. 49. 164-177.

Ribosome Profiling of Synechocystis Reveals Altered Ribosome Allocation at Carbon Starvation (2018)

Authors: Karlsen J^, Asplund-Samuelsson J^, Thomas Q, Jahn M, Hudson EP.

Source: mSystems 3. P1-12.

Growth of Cyanobacteria Is Constrained by the Abundance of Light and Carbon Assimilation Proteins (2018)

Authors: Jahn M, Vialas V, Karlsen J, Maddalo G, Edfors F, Forsström B, Uhlen M, Käll L, Hudson EP.

Source: Cell Reports 25. P478-486.

Targeted repression of essential genes to arrest growth and increase carbon partitioning and biofuel titers in cyanobacteria (2018)

Authors: Shabestary K, Anfelt J, Ljungqvist E, Jahn M, Yao L, Hudson EP.

Source: ACS Synthetic Biology 7. 1669-1675.

Surface display of small affinity proteins on Synechocystis sp. PCC 6803 mediated by fusion to the major type IV pilin PilA1 (2018)

Authors: Cengic I, Uhlen M, Hudson EP.

Source: Journal of Bacteriology 10.1128/JB.00270-18

Can solar energy fuel the world? (2017)

Authors: Hudson EP, Uhlen, M.

Source: E Kessler & A Karlqvist.

Diversion of the long-chain acyl-ACP pool in Synechocystis to fatty alcohols through CRISPRi repression of the essential phosphate acyltransferase PlsX (2018)

Authors: Kaczmarzyk D, Cengic I, Yao L, Hudson EP.

Source: Metabolic Engineering 45 59-66

Thermodynamic analysis of computed pathways integrated into the metabolic networks of E. coli and Synechocystis reveals contrasting expansion potential (2018)

Authors: Asplund-Samuelsson J, Janasch, M, Hudson EP.

Source: Metabolic Engineering 45 223-236

Bridging chemical-and bio-catalysis: high-value liquid transportation fuel production from renewable agricultural residues (2017)

Authors: Chuang X, Min Li Xinwen G, Hudson EP, Lijie C, Fengwu B, Fangfang L, Shang-Tian Y.

Source: Green Chemistry 19 660-669

Affibody scaffolds improve sesquiterpene production in Sacchromyces cerevisiae (2016)

Authors: Tippman S(1), Anfelt J(1), David F, Rand J, Siewers V, Uhlen M, Nielsen J, and Hudson EP.

Source: ACS Synthetic Biology.

Computational metabolic engineering strategies for growth-coupled biofuel production by Synechocystis (2016)

Authors: Shabestary K and Hudson EP.

Source: Metabolic Engineering Communications. 3 216-226

Arabidopsis acyl-acyl carrier protein synthetase AAE15 with medium chain fatty acid specificity is functional in cyanobacteria (2016)

Authors: Kaczmarzyk D, Hudson EP, Fulda M.

Source: Applied Microbial Biotechnology Express. 2016, 6:7

Multiple gene repression in cyanobacteria using CRISPRi (2015)

Authors: Yao L, Cengic I, Anfelt J, Hudson EP.

Source: ACS Synthetic Biology 5, 207−212

Single-cell screening of photosynthetic growth and lactate production by cyanobacteria (2015)

Authors: Hammar P, Angermayr SA, Sjöström SL, van der Meer J, Hellingwerf KJ, Hudson EP, Jönsson HN.

Source: Biotechnology for Biofuels. 8 (1) 1-8

Genetic and nutrient modulation of acetyl-CoA levels in Synechocystis for n-butanol production (2015)

Authors: Anfelt J, Kaczmarzyk D, Shabestary K, Renberg B, Rockberg R, Nielsen J, Uhlen M, Hudson EP.

Source: Microbial Cell Factories 14 (1) 1-12

Solid-phase cloning for high-throughput assembly of single and multiple genetic parts (2015)

Authors: Lundqvist M, Edfors F, Sivertsson Å, Hallström B, Hudson EP, Tegel H, Holmberg A, Uhlen M, Rockberg J.

Source: Nucleic Acid Res 43 (7) e49

Using transcriptomics to improve butanol tolerance of Synechocystis PCC6803 (2013)

Authors: Anfelt J, Hallström B, Nielsen J, Uhlen M, Hudson EP.

Source: Journal of Proteome Research 12 2439-2448

Multiplex epitope mapping using bacterial surface display reveals both linear and conformational epitopes (2012)

Authors: Hudson EP, Uhlen M, Rockberg J.

Source: Scientific Reports 2 1-6

Automated solid-phase subcloning based on beads brought into proximity by magnetic force (2012)

Authors: Hudson EP, Nikoshkov A, Uhlen M, Rockberg J.

Source: PLoSOne 7 e37429

The Use of Enzymes for Nonaqueous Organic Transformations (2010)

Authors: Hudson, E.P., Liszka, M.J. and Clark, D.S.

Source: In Manual of Industrial Microbiology and Biotechnology. Chapter 35 (eds R.H. Baltz, J.E. Davies, A.L. Demain, A.T. Bull, B. Junker, L. Katz, L.R. Lynd, P. Masurekar, C.D. Reeves and H. Zhao).

Active-site motions and polarity enhance catalytic turnover of hydrated subtilisin dissolved in organic solvents (2009)

Authors: Hudson EP, Eppler RK, Beaudoin JM, Dordick JS, Reimer JA, Clark DS.

Source: Journal of the American Chemical Society 131 4294.4300

Biocatalyst activity in nonaqueous environments correlates with centisecond-range protein motions (2008)

Authors: Eppler RK, Hudson EP, Chase SD, Dordick JS, Reimer JA, Clark DS.

Source: Proceedings of National Academy of Sciences USA 105 15672-15677

Biocatalysis in semi-aqueous and nearly anhydrous conditions (2005)

Authors: Hudson EP, Eppler RK, Clark DS.

Source: Current Opinion in Biotechnology 16 637-643.