Jayalal Kalathil Parambil Jayanthan



PhD student in the Seafood Science research group at the Norwegian College of Fisheries Science, UiT Campus Tromsø. Jayalal's work is primarily focused on studying the gut microbiota and its impact on the onset and development of atherosclerosis. This exploration uses a mouse model fed with novel low-trophic marine resources. This research is one of a central parts of the SECURE project, which aims to renew sustainable marine resources for food security through a multidisciplinary approach.

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  • Nimitha R. Mathew, Jayalal Kalathilparambil Jayanthan, Ilya V. Smirnov, Jonathan L. Robinson, Hannes Axelsson, Sravya S. Nakka m.fl.:
    Single-cell BCR and transcriptome analysis after influenza infection reveals spatiotemporal dynamics of antigen-specific B cells
    Cell reports 2021 ARKIV / DOI
  • Jayalal Kalathil Parambil Jayanthan, Andreas Langdal, Monica Alterskjær Sundset, Karl-Erik Eilertsen, Edel Oddny Elvevoll :
    SECURE: Harnessing low-trophic level marine organisms for sustainable food and health benefits

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    My research investigates the influence of low-trophic marine species on atherosclerosis and intestinal microbiome development. To achieve this, I use rodent models that simulate atherosclerosis and analyse them using advanced molecular techniques, next-generation sequencing, bioinformatics and data analysis tools. By using these approaches, I aim to better understand the complex relationship between gut bacteria, heart health, and the consumption of low-trophic marine species as potential food and feed sources.

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    1. BIO-2018 Genetics, Molecular Biology and Bioinformatics
    2. BIO-3607 Food Safety

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