77. Winiwarter, A.; Silvioli, L.; Scott, S. B.; Enemark-Rasmussen, K.; Sariç, M.; Trimarco, D. B.; Vesborg, P. C. K.; Moses, P. G.; Stephens, I. E. L.; Seger, B.; Rossmeisl, J.; Chorkendorff, I., Towards an atomistic understanding of electrocatalytic partial hydrocarbon oxidation: Propene on palladium. Energy and Environmental Science 2019,12(3), 1055-1067.

76. Tosi, I.; Sacchetti, A.; Martinez-Espin, J. S.; Meier, S.; Riisager, A., Exploring the Synthesis of Mesoporous Stannosilicates as Catalysts for the Conversion of Mono- and Oligosaccharides into Methyl Lactate. Topics in Catalysis 2019.

75. Tosi, I.; Elliot, S. G.; Jessen, B. M.; Riisager, A.; Taarning, E.; Meier, S., Uncharted Pathways for CrCl3Catalyzed Glucose Conversion in Aqueous Solution. Topics in Catalysis 2019.

74. Stender, E. G. P.; Birch, J.; Kjeldsen, C.; Nielsen, L. D.; Duus, J. O.; Kragelund, B. B.; Svensson, B., Alginate Trisaccharide Binding Sites on the Surface of β-Lactoglobulin Identified by NMR Spectroscopy: Implications for Molecular Network Formation. ACS Omega 2019,4(4), 6165-6174.

73. Parto, S. G.; Christensen, J. M.; Pedersen, L. S.; Hansen, A. B.; Tjosås, F.; Spiga, C.; Damsgaard, C. D.; Larsen, D. B.; Duus, J.; Jensen, A. D., Liquefaction of Lignosulfonate in Supercritical Ethanol Using Alumina-Supported NiMo Catalyst. Energy and Fuels 2019,33(2), 1196-1209.

72. Kalomoiri, P.; Holck, J.; Coulomb, L.; Boos, I.; Enemark-Rasmussen, K.; Spodsberg, N.; Monrad, R. N.; Clausen, M. H., Substrate specificity of novel GH16 endo-β-(1→3)-galactanases acting on linear and branched β-(1→3)-galactooligosaccharides. Journal of Biotechnology 2019,290, 44-52.

71. Jensen, P. R.; Matos, M. R. A.; Sonnenschein, N.; Meier, S., Combined In-Cell NMR and Simulation Approach to Probe Redox-Dependent Pathway Control. Analytical Chemistry 2019,91(8), 5395-5402.

70. Gousiadou, C.; Kokubun, T.; Albach, D. C.; Gotfredsen, C. H.; Jensen, S. R., Iridoid glucosides in the genus Sutera (Scrophulariaceae) as chemotaxonomic markers in tribe Limoselleae. Phytochemistry 2019,158, 149-155.

69. Eschenbacher, A.; Jensen, P. A.; Henriksen, U. B.; Ahrenfeldt, J.; Li, C.; Duus, J. Ø.; Mentzel, U. V.; Jensen, A. D., Impact of ZSM-5 Deactivation on Bio-Oil Quality during Upgrading of Straw Derived Pyrolysis Vapors. Energy and Fuels 2019,33(1), 397-412.

68. Elliot, S. G.; Tosi, I.; Riisager, A.; Taarning, E.; Meier, S., Response Factors Enable Rapid Quantitative 2D NMR Analysis in Catalytic Biomass Conversion to Renewable Chemicals. Topics in Catalysis 2019.

67. Cao, X.; Tang, Y.; Duus, J.; Chi, Q., Engineering two-dimensional transition metal dichalcogenide electrocatalysts for water splitting hydrogen generation. In Handbook of Ecomaterials, 2019; Vol. 3, pp 1845-1873.

66. Cao, X.; Jia, S.; Huang, W.; Tang, Y.; Duus, J. Ø.; Lou, J.; Chi, Q., Optimal structuring of nitrogen-doped hybrid-dimensional nanocarbons for high-performance flexible solid-state supercapacitors. Journal of Materials Chemistry A 2019,7(13), 7501-7515.

65. Boeg, P. A.; Duus, J. Ø.; Ardenkjær-Larsen, J. H.; Karlsson, M.; Mossin, S., Real-Time Detection of Intermediates in Rhodium-Catalyzed Hydrogenation of Alkynes and Alkenes by Dissolution DNP. Journal of Physical Chemistry C 2019,123(15), 9949-9956.

64. Agirre, J.; Moroz, O.; Meier, S.; Brask, J.; Munch, A.; Hoff, T.; Andersen, C.; Wilson, K. S.; Davies, G. J., The structure of the AliC GH13 α-amylase from Alicyclobacillus sp. reveals the accommodation of starch branching points in the α-amylase family. Acta Crystallographica Section D: Structural Biology 2019,75(1), 1-7.

63. Abdelaziz, O. Y.; Meier, S.; Prothmann, J.; Turner, C.; Riisager, A.; Hulteberg, C. P., Oxidative Depolymerisation of Lignosulphonate Lignin into Low-Molecular-Weight Products with Cu–Mn/δ-Al <inf>2</inf> O <inf>3</inf>. Topics in Catalysis 2019.

62. Zakharova, A. N.; Awan, S. I.; Nami, F.; Gotfredsen, C. H.; Madsen, R.; Clausen, M. H., Synthesis of two tetrasaccharide pentenyl glycosides related to the pectic rhamnogalacturonan I polysaccharide. Molecules2018,23(2).

61. Wold, C. W.; Kjeldsen, C.; Corthay, A.; Rise, F.; Christensen, B. E.; Duus, J. Ø.; Inngjerdingen, K. T., Structural characterization of bioactive heteropolysaccharides from the medicinal fungus Inonotus obliquus (Chaga). Carbohydrate Polymers 2018,185, 27-40.

60. Tosi, I.; Riisager, A.; Taarning, E.; Jensen, P. R.; Meier, S., Kinetic analysis of hexose conversion to methyl lactate by Sn-Beta: Effects of substrate masking and of water. Catalysis Science and Technology 2018,8(8), 2137-2145.

59. Rasmussen, S. A.; Kongstad, K. T.; Khorsand-Jamal, P.; Kannangara, R. M.; Nafisi, M.; Van Dam, A.; Bennedsen, M.; Madsen, B.; Okkels, F.; Gotfredsen, C. H.; Staerk, D.; Thrane, U.; Mortensen, U. H.; Larsen, T. O.; Frandsen, R. J. N., On the biosynthetic origin of carminic acid. Insect Biochemistry and Molecular Biology 2018,96, 51-61.

58. Nameer, S.; Larsen, D. B.; Duus, J. O.; Daugaard, A. E.; Johansson, M., Biobased Cationically Polymerizable Epoxy Thermosets from Furan and Fatty Acid Derivatives.ACS Sustainable Chemistry and Engineering2018,6(7), 9442-9450.

57. Matsuda, Y.; Gotfredsen, C. H.; Larsen, T. O., Genetic Characterization of Neosartorin Biosynthesis Provides Insight into Heterodimeric Natural Product Generation. Organic Letters 2018,20(22), 7197-7200.

56. Matsuda, Y.; Bai, T.; Phippen, C. B. W.; Nødvig, C. S.; Kjærbølling, I.; Vesth, T. C.; Andersen, M. R.; Mortensen, U. H.; Gotfredsen, C. H.; Abe, I.; Larsen, T. O., Novofumigatonin biosynthesis involves a non-heme iron-dependent endoperoxide isomerase for orthoester formation. Nature Communications 2018,9(1).

55. Li, H.; Zhao, W.; Dai, W.; Long, J.; Watanabe, M.; Meier, S.; Saravanamurugan, S.; Yang, S.; Riisager, A., Noble metal-free upgrading of multi-unsaturated biomass derivatives at room temperature: Silyl species enable reactivity. Green Chemistry 2018,20(23), 5327-5335.

54. Larsen, D. B.; Sønderbæk-Jørgensen, R.; Duus, J.; Daugaard, A. E., Investigation of curing rates of bio-based thiol-ene films from diallyl 2,5-furandicaboxylate. European Polymer Journal 2018,102, 1-8.

53. Lamichhane, S.; Yde, C. C.; Jensen, H. M.; Morovic, W.; Hibberd, A. A.; Ouwehand, A. C.; Saarinen, M. T.; Forssten, S. D.; Wiebe, L.; Marcussen, J.; Bertelsen, K.; Meier, S.; Young, J. F.; Bertram, H. C., Metabolic Fate of 13C-Labeled Polydextrose and Impact on the Gut Microbiome: A Triple-Phase Study in a Colon Simulator. Journal of Proteome Research 2018,17(3), 1041-1053.

52. Kjeldsen, C.; Slott, S.; Elverdal, P. L.; Sheppard, C. L.; Kapatai, G.; Fry, N. K.; Skovsted, I. C.; Duus, J., Discovery and description of a new serogroup 7 Streptococcus pneumoniae serotype, 7D, and structural analysis of 7C and 7D. Carbohydrate Research 2018,463, 24-31.

51. Kjeldsen, C.; Ardenkjær-Larsen, J. H.; Duus, J. O., Discovery of Intermediates of lacZ β-Galactosidase Catalyzed Hydrolysis Using dDNP NMR. Journal of the American Chemical Society 2018,140(8), 3030-3034.

50. Kildgaard, S.; De Medeiros, L. S.; Phillips, E.; Gotfredsen, C. H.; Frisvad, J. C.; Nielsen, K. F.; Abreu, L. M.; Larsen, T. O., Cyclopiamines C and D: Epoxide Spiroindolinone Alkaloids from Penicillium sp. CML 3020. Journal of Natural Products 2018,81(4), 785-790.

49. Elliot, S. G.; Tolborg, S.; Madsen, R.; Taarning, E.; Meier, S., Effects of Alkali-Metal Ions and Counter Ions in Sn-Beta-Catalyzed Carbohydrate Conversion. ChemSusChem 2018,11(7), 1198-1203.

48. Elliot, S. G.; Taarning, E.; Madsen, R.; Meier, S., NMR Spectroscopic Isotope Tracking Reveals Cascade Steps in Carbohydrate Conversion by Tin-Beta. ChemCatChem 2018,10(6), 1414-1419.

47. Cao, X.; Halder, A.; Tang, Y.; Hou, C.; Wang, H.; Duus, J. O.; Chi, Q., Engineering two-dimensional layered nanomaterials for wearable biomedical sensors and power devices. Materials Chemistry Frontiers 2018,2(11), 1944-1986.

46. Andersen, M. C. F.; Boos, I.; Kinnaert, C.; Awan, S. I.; Pedersen, H. L.; Kračun, S. K.; Lanz, G.; Rydahl, M. G.; Kjærulff, L.; Håkansson, M.; Kimbung, R.; Logan, D. T.; Gotfredsen, C. H.; Willats, W. G. T.; Clausen, M. H., Synthesis of branched and linear 1,4-linked galactan oligosaccharides. Organic and Biomolecular Chemistry 2018,16(7), 1157-1162.

45. Shi, Z.; Geiker, M. R.; Lothenbach, B.; De Weerdt, K.; Garzón, S. F.; Enemark-Rasmussen, K.; Skibsted, J., Friedel's salt profiles from thermogravimetric analysis and thermodynamic modelling of Portland cement-based mortars exposed to sodium chloride solution. Cement and Concrete Composites 2017,78, 73-83.

44. Saravanamurugan, S.; Tosi, I.; Rasmussen, K. H.; Jensen, R. E.; Taarning, E.; Meier, S.; Riisager, A., Facile and benign conversion of sucrose to fructose using zeolites with balanced Brønsted and Lewis acidity. Catalysis Science and Technology 2017,7(13), 2782-2788.

43. Rasmussen, S. A.; Binzer, S. B.; Hoeck, C.; Meier, S.; De Medeiros, L. S.; Andersen, N. G.; Place, A.; Nielsen, K. F.; Hansen, P. J.; Larsen, T. O., Karmitoxin: An Amine-Containing Polyhydroxy-Polyene Toxin from the Marine Dinoflagellate Karlodinium armiger. Journal of Natural Products2017,80(5), 1287-1293.

42. Mikkelsen, M. S.; Meier, S.; Jensen, M. G.; Qin, F.; Stoica, I. M.; Martens, H. J.; Blennow, A.; Jespersen, B. M., Barley genotypic β-glucan variation combined with enzymatic modifications direct its potential as a natural ingredient in a high fiber extract. Journal of Cereal Science 2017,75, 45-53.

41. Meier, S.; Karlsson, M.; Jensen, P. R., Detecting Elusive Intermediates in Carbohydrate Conversion: A Dynamic Ensemble of Acyclic Glucose-Catalyst Complexes. ACS Sustainable Chemistry and Engineering 2017,5(6), 5571-5577.

40. Kroll-Møller, P.; Pedersen, K. D.; Gousiadou, C.; Kokubun, T.; Albach, D.; Taskova, R.; Garnock-Jones, P. J.; Gotfredsen, C. H.; Jensen, S. R., Iridoid glucosides in the genus Veronica (Plantaginaceae) from New Zealand. Phytochemistry 2017,140, 174-180.

39. Kildgaard, S.; Subko, K.; Phillips, E.; Goidts, V.; De La Cruz, M.; Díaz, C.; Gotfredsen, C. H.; Andersen, B.; Frisvad, J. C.; Nielsen, K. F.; Larsen, T. O., A dereplication and bioguided discovery approach to reveal new compounds from a marine-derived fungus Stilbella fimetaria. Marine Drugs 2017,15(8).

38. Hoeck, C.; Gotfredsen, C. H.; Sørensen, O. W., S3 HMBC hetero: Spin-State-Selective HMBC for accurate measurement of long-range heteronuclear coupling constants. Journal of Magnetic Resonance 2017,275, 68-72.

37. Gless, B. H.; Peng, P.; Pedersen, K. D.; Gotfredsen, C. H.; Ingmer, H.; Olsen, C. A., Structure-activity relationship study based on autoinducing peptide (AIP) from dog pathogen S. schleiferi. Organic Letters 2017,19(19), 5276-5279.

36. Elliot, S. G.; Tolborg, S.; Sádaba, I.; Taarning, E.; Meier, S., Quantitative NMR Approach to Optimize the Formation of Chemical Building Blocks from Abundant Carbohydrates. ChemSusChem 2017,10(14), 2990-2996.

35. Elliot, S. G.; Andersen, C.; Tolborg, S.; Meier, S.; Sádaba, I.; Daugaard, A. E.; Taarning, E., Synthesis of a novel polyester building block from pentoses by tin-containing silicates. RSC Advances 2017,7(2), 985-996.

34. Cuesta-Seijo, J. A.; Ruzanski, C.; Krucewicz, K.; Meier, S.; Hägglund, P.; Svensson, B.; Palcic, M. M., Functional and structural characterization of plastidic starch phosphorylase during barley endosperm development. PLoS ONE 2017,12(4).

33. Lezyk, M.; Jers, C.; Kjaerulff, L.; Gotfredsen, C. H.; Mikkelsen, M. D.; Mikkelsen, J. D., Novel α-L-fucosidases from a soil metagenome for production of fucosylated human milk oligosaccharides. PLoS ONE 2016,11(1).

32. Li, M.; Hoeck, C.; Schoffelen, S.; Gotfredsen, C. H.; Meldal, M., Specific Electrostatic Molecular Recognition in Water. Chemistry - A European Journal 2016,22(21), 7206-7214.

31. Nied, D.; Enemark-Rasmussen, K.; L'Hopital, E.; Skibsted, J.; Lothenbach, B., Properties of magnesium silicate hydrates (M-S-H). Cement and Concrete Research 2016,79, 323-332.

30. Rasmussen, S. A.; Meier, S.; Andersen, N. G.; Blossom, H. E.; Duus, J. O.; Nielsen, K. F.; Hansen, P. J.; Larsen, T. O., Chemodiversity of Ladder-Frame Prymnesin Polyethers in Prymnesium parvum. Journal of Natural Products 2016,79(9), 2250-2256.

29. Saravanamurugan, S.; Riisager, A.; Taarning, E.; Meier, S., Combined Function of Brønsted and Lewis Acidity in the Zeolite-Catalyzed Isomerization of Glucose to Fructose in Alcohols. ChemCatChem 2016,8(19), 3107-3111.

28. Saravanamurugan, S.; Riisager, A.; Taarning, E.; Meier, S., Mechanism and stereoselectivity of zeolite-catalysed sugar isomerisation in alcohols. Chemical Communications 2016,52(86), 12773-12776.

27. Sorndech, W.; Sagnelli, D.; Meier, S.; Jansson, A. M.; Lee, B. H.; Hamaker, B. R.; Rolland-Sabaté, A.; Hebelstrup, K. H.; Tongta, S.; Blennow, A., Structure of branching enzyme- and amylomaltase modified starch produced from well-defined amylose to amylopectin substrates. Carbohydrate Polymers 2016,152, 51-61.

26. Sundekilde, U. K.; Meier, S., 1H-13C NMR-Based Profiling of Biotechnological Starch Utilization. Analytical Chemistry 2016,88(19), 9685-9690.

25. Tolborg, S.; Meier, S.; Sádaba, I.; Elliot, S. G.; Kristensen, S. K.; Saravanamurugan, S.; Riisager, A.; Fristrup, P.; Skrydstrup, T.; Taarning, E., Tin-containing silicates: Identification of a glycolytic pathway via 3-deoxyglucosone. Green Chemistry 2016,18(11), 3360-3369.

24. Bertheussen, E.; Verdaguer-Casadevall, A.; Ravasio, D.; Montoya, J. H.; Trimarco, D. B.; Roy, C.; Meier, S.; Wendland, J.; Nørskov, J. K.; Stephens, I. E. L.; Chorkendorff, I., Acetaldehyde as an Intermediate in the Electroreduction of Carbon Monoxide to Ethanol on Oxide-Derived Copper. Angewandte Chemie - International Edition 2016,55(4), 1450-1454.

23. Einarsdottir, E.; Liu, H. B.; Freysdottir, J.; Gotfredsen, C. H.; Omarsdottir, S., Immunomodulatory N-acyl Dopamine Glycosides from the Icelandic Marine Sponge Myxilla incrustans Collected at a Hydrothermal Vent Site. Planta Medica 2016,82(9-10), 903-909.

22. Frandsen, R. J. N.; Rasmussen, S. A.; Knudsen, P. B.; Uhlig, S.; Petersen, D.; Lysøe, E.; Gotfredsen, C. H.; Giese, H.; Larsen, T. O., Black perithecial pigmentation in Fusarium species is due to the accumulation of 5-deoxybostrycoidin-based melanin. Scientific Reports 2016,6.

21. Giubergia, S.; Phippen, C.; Gotfredsen, C. H.; Nielsen, K. F.; Gram, L., Influence of niche-specific nutrients on secondary metabolism in Vibrionaceae. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 2016,82(13), 4035-4044.

20. Gousiadou, C.; Li, H. Q.; Gotfredsen, C.; Jensen, S. R., Iridoids in Hydrangeaceae. Biochemical Systematics and Ecology 2016,64, 122-130.

19. Gürdeniz, G.; Jensen, M. G.; Meier, S.; Bech, L.; Lund, E.; Dragsted, L. O., Detecting Beer Intake by Unique Metabolite Patterns. Journal of Proteome Research 2016,15(12), 4544-4556.

18. Jensen, P. R.; Meier, S., Hyperpolarised organic phosphates as NMR reporters of compartmental pH. Chemical Communications2016,52(11), 2288-2291.

17. Jensen, P. R.; Meier, S., Spectroscopic approaches to resolving ambiguities of hyper-polarized NMR signals from different reaction cascades. Analyst 2016,141(3), 823-826.

16. Kjaerulff, L.; Benie, A. J.; Hoeck, C.; Gotfredsen, C. H.; Sørensen, O. W., S3 HMBC: Spin-State-Selective HMBC for accurate measurement of homonuclear coupling constants. Application to strychnine yielding thirteen hitherto unreported J<inf>HH</inf>. Journal of Magnetic Resonance 2016,263, 101-107.

15. Tolborg, S.; Meier, S.; Saravanamurugan, S.; Fristrup, P.; Taarning, E.; Sádaba, I., Shape-selective Valorization of Biomass-derived Glycolaldehyde using Tin-containing Zeolites. ChemSusChem 2016,9(21), 3022.

14. Walther, A.; Ravasio, D.; Qin, F.; Wendland, J.; Meier, S., Development of brewing science in (and since) the late 19th century: Molecular profiles of 110-130 year old beers. Food Chemistry 2015,183, 227-234.

13. Sorndech, W.; Meier, S.; Jansson, A. M.; Sagnelli, D.; Hindsgaul, O.; Tongta, S.; Blennow, A., Synergistic amylomaltase and branching enzyme catalysis to suppress cassava starch digestibility. Carbohydrate Polymers 2015,132, 409-418.

12. Pičmanová, M.; Neilson, E. H.; Motawia, M. S.; Olsen, C. E.; Agerbirk, N.; Gray, C. J.; Flitsch, S.; Meier, S.; Silvestro, D.; Jørgensen, K.; Sánchez-Pérez, R.; Møller, B. L.; Bjarnholt, N., A recycling pathway for cyanogenic glycosides evidenced by the comparative metabolic profiling in three cyanogenic plant species. Biochemical Journal 2015,469(3), 375-389.

11. Petersen, L. M.; Holm, D. K.; Knudsen, P. B.; Nielsen, K. F.; Gotfredsen, C. H.; Mortensen, U. H.; Larsen, T. O., Characterization of four new antifungal yanuthones from Aspergillus niger. Journal of Antibiotics 2015,68(3), 201-205.

10. Petersen, L. M.; Holm, D. K.; Gotfredsen, C. H.; Mortensen, U. H.; Larsen, T. O., Investigation of a 6-MSA Synthase Gene Cluster in Aspergillus aculeatus Reveals 6-MSA-derived Aculinic Acid, Aculins A-B and Epi-Aculin A. ChemBioChem 2015,16(15), 2200-2204.

9. Petersen, L. M.; Frisvad, J. C.; Knudsen, P. B.; Rohlfs, M.; Gotfredsen, C. H.; Larsen, T. O., Induced sclerotium formation exposes new bioactive metabolites from Aspergillus sclerotiicarbonarius. Journal of Antibiotics 2015,68(10), 603-608.

8. Petersen, B. O.; Motawie, M. S.; Møller, B. L.; Hindsgaul, O.; Meier, S., NMR characterization of chemically synthesized branched α-dextrin model compounds. Carbohydrate Research 2015,403, 149-156.

7. Lerche, M. H.; Jensen, P. R.; Karlsson, M.; Meier, S., NMR insights into the inner workings of living cells. Analytical Chemistry 2015,87(1), 119-132.

6. Lamichhane, S.; Yde, C. C.; Schmedes, M. S.; Jensen, H. M.; Meier, S.; Bertram, H. C., Strategy for Nuclear-Magnetic-Resonance-Based Metabolomics of Human Feces. Analytical Chemistry 2015,87(12), 5930-5937.

5. Gousiadou, C.; Kokubun, T.; Martins, J.; Gotfredsen, C. H.; Jensen, S. R., Iridoid glucosides in the endemic Picconia azorica (Oleaceae). Phytochemistry 2015,115(1), 171-174.

4. Gousiadou, C.; Kokubun, T.; Gotfredsen, C. H.; Jensen, S. R., Further iridoid glucosides in the genus Manulea (Scrophulariaceae). Phytochemistry2015,109, 43-48.

3. Frederiksen, R. F.; Yoshimura, Y.; Storgaard, B. G.; Paspaliari, D. K.; Petersen, B. O.; Chen, K.; Larsen, T.; Duus, J. Ø.; Ingmer, H.; Bovin, N. V.; Westerlind, U.; Blixt, O.; Palcic, M. M.; Leisner, J. J., A diverse range of bacterial and eukaryotic chitinases hydrolyzes the lacNAc (galβ1-4GlcNAc) and lacdinac (GalNAcβ1-4GlcNAc) motifs found on vertebrate and insect cells. Journal of Biological Chemistry 2015,290(9), 5354-5366.

2. Çelebioğlu, H. Y.; Gudjónsdóttir, M.; Meier, S.; Duus, J. O.; Lee, S.; Chronakis, I. S., Spectroscopic studies of the interactions between β-lactoglobulin and bovine submaxillary mucin. Food Hydrocolloids 2015,50, 203-210.

1. Beeren, S. R.; Meier, S., Supramolecular chemical shift reagents inducing conformational transitions: NMR analysis of carbohydrate homooligomer mixtures.Chemical Communications 2015,51(15), 3073-3076.