Background and activities
In the K.G. Jebsen Center for Genetic Epidemiology I do research on the connections between genetics, proteomics, microbiota, and different phenotypes, in particular bone mineral density, bone fractures and osteoporosis. This is based on data from the Trøndelag Health Study (HUNT) and other population based surveys. I am also involved in research on mutations and gene expression in cancer, especially multiple myeloma.
Scientific, academic and artistic work
Displaying a selection of activities. See all publications in the database
- (2019) Stability and uniqueness of clonal immunoglobulin CDR3 sequences for MRD tracking in multiple myeloma. American Journal of Hematology. vol. 94 (12).
- (2018) Whole-Exome and mRNA Sequencing of Multiple Myeloma Reveal Transformation to a More High-Risk and Proliferative Tumor at Relapse. Blood.
- (2017) Monitoring multiple myeloma by quantification of recurrent mutations in serum. Haematologica. vol. 102 (7).
- (2016) VOLIN and KJON—Two novel hyperdiploid myeloma cell lines. Genes, Chromosomes and Cancer. vol. 55 (11).
- (2015) Selection in the host structures the microbiota associated with developing cod larvae (Gadus morhua). Environmental Microbiology. vol. 17 (10).
- (2015) Detection and Monitoring of BRAF and NRAS Mutant Clones in Myeloma Patients By Digital PCR of Circulating DNA. Blood. vol. 126 (23).
- (2015) BRAF V600E mutation in early-stage multiple myeloma: good response to broad acting drugs and no relation to prognosis. Blood Cancer Journal. vol. 5:e299 (3).