|Title||Genome and methylome of the oleaginous diatom Cyclotella cryptica reveal genetic flexibility toward a high lipid phenotype|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||2016|
|Authors||Traller JC, Cokus SJ, Lopez DA, Gaidarenko O, Smith SR, McCrow JP, Gallaher SD, Podell S, Thompson M, Cook O, Morselli M, Jaroszewicz A, Allen EE, Allen AE, Merchant SS, Pellegrini M, Hildebrand M|
|Journal||Biotechnology for Biofuels|
|Type of Article||journal article|
Improvement in the performance of eukaryotic microalgae for biofuel and bioproduct production is largely dependent on characterization of metabolic mechanisms within the cell. The marine diatom Cyclotella cryptica, which was originally identified in the Aquatic Species Program, is a promising strain of microalgae for large-scale production of biofuel and bioproducts, such as omega-3 fatty acids.