I am working as a researcher at the Department of Biotechnology, NTNU. My main research focus areas are bacterial transcriptional and translational regulation, synthetic biology and nano-communication.
I am also one of the instructors of the iGEM (International Genetically Engineered Machine) competition NTNU-Trondheim team.
PhotoSynLab - We practice open science
For the curious minds, more information can be found here on what we do: www.photosynlab.org
We are joining to the competition this year as well. More information will follow!
TBT4505 - Bioinformatics
BI2014 - Molecular Biology
Petrov, V., Balasubramaniam, S., Lale, R., Moltchanov, D., Lio’, P., Koucheryavy, Y. Forward and Reverse Coding for Chromosome Transfer in Bacterial Nanonetworks.
Nano Communication Networks.
Røkke, G., Korvald, E., Pahr, J., Øyås, O., and Lale, R. BioBrick assembly standards and techniques and associated software tools.
DNA Cloning and Assembly Methods. Methods in Molecular Biology, edited by Lale, R. and Valla, S. Volume 1116, 2014, pp 1-24
Springer Protocols, Humana Press.
Balzer, S., Kucharova, V., Megerle, J., Lale, R., Brautaset, T., Valla, S. A comparative analysis of the properties of regulated promoter systems commonly used for recombinant gene expression in Escherichia coli.
Microbial Cell Factories, 12:26.
Lale, R., Berg, L., Stüttgen, F., Netzer, R., Stafsnes, M., Brautaset, T., Aune, T.E.V. and Valla. S. Continuous control of the flow in biochemical pathways through 5'-UTR sequence modifications in mRNA expressed from the broad-host-range Pm promoter.
Appl. Env. Mircobiol. 77: 2648-2655.
Aune, T. E. V., Bakke, I., Drabløs, F., Lale, R., Brautaset, T. and Valla, S. Directed evolution of the transcription factor XylS for development of improved expression systems.
Microb. Biotechnol. 3:1, 38–47.
Bar, N. S. and Lale, R. Modeling and control of the protein synthesis process in eukaryotic cells. 47th IEEE Proceedings: Conference on Decision and Control (CDC) 179-184.
Lale, R., Tukel, C. and Akcelik, M. Protein profile and plasmid content of Lactococcus lactis subsp lactis LL5Z and Lactococcus lactis subsp cremoris LC79 strains under several stress conditions. T. J. Vet. An. Sci. 31(4), 247-252.