Pinheiro MJ, Bonturi N, Belouah I, Miranda EA, Lahtvee PJ (2020). Xylose Metabolism and the Effect of Oxidative Stress on Lipid and Carotenoid Production in Rhodotorula toruloides: Insights for Future Biorefinery. bioRxiv. DOI: 10.1101/2020.05.

Johnston TG, Fillman JP, Priks H, Butelmann T, Tamm T, Kumar R, Lahtvee PJ, Nelsson A (2020). Cell‐Laden Hydrogels for Multikingdom 3D Printing. Macromolecular Bioscience, 2000121.

Priks H, Butelmann T, Illarionov A, Johnston TG, Fellin C, Tamm T, Nelsson A, Kumar R, Lahtvee PJ (2020). Physical confinement impacts cellular phenotype within living materials. ACS Applied Bio Materials, DOI: 10.1021/acsabm.0c00335 [link]

Sánchez B.J., Lahtvee P.J., Campbell K., Kasvandik S., Yu R., Domenzain I., Zelezniak A., Nielsen J. (2020). Benchmarking accuracy and precision of intensity-based absolute quantification of protein abundances in Saccharomyces cerevisiae. bioRxiv [link]

Kumar R., Lahtvee P.J. (2020). Proteome overabundance enables respiration but limitation onsets carbon overflow. bioRxiv [link]

Lopes H.J.S., Bonturi N., Miranda E.A. (2020). Rhodotorula toruloides Single Cell Oil Production Using Eucalyptus urograndis Hemicellulose Hydrolysate as a Carbon Source. Energies 13(4), 795 [link]

Lopes H.J.S., Bonturi N., Kerkhoven E.J., Miranda E.A., Lahtvee P.J. (2020). C/N ratio and carbon source-dependent lipid production profiling in Rhodotorula toruloides. Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology [link]

Rocha-Meneses L, Otor OF, Bonturi N, Orupõld K, Kikas T (2020). Bioenergy Yields from Sequential Bioethanol and Biomethane Production: An Optimized Process Flow. Sustainability, 12, 272. [link]


Rocha-Meneses L, Ferreira JA, Bonturi N, Orupõld K, Kikas T (2019). Enhancing Bioenergy Yields from Sequential Bioethanol and Biomethane Production by Means of Solid-Liquid Separation of the Substrates. Energies, 12, 3683. [link]


Lahtvee PJ (2018). Engineering efficient yeast-based cell factories. Proceedings of the 31st VH-Yeast Conference: Advances in Science and Industrial Production of Baker’s Yeast: Yeas as a cell factory, Leuven, Belgium, Ed. Versuchsanstalt der Hefeindustrie e.V., 49−60.


Lahtvee PJ, Sánchez BJ, Smialowska A, Kasvandik S, Elsemman I, Gatto F, Nielsen J (2017) Absolute quantification of protein and mRNA abundances demonstrate variability in gene-specific translation efficiency in yeast. Cell Systems 4:495-504.e5[link]

Sánchez BJ, Zhang C, Nilsson A, Lahtvee PJ, Kerkhoven EJ, Nielsen J (2017) Improving the phenotype predictions of a yeast genome-scale metabolic model by incorporating enzymatic constraints. Molecular Systems Biology, 13:935 [link]

Hermano Santos Diniz R, Villada JC, Tocantins Alvim MC, Pereira Vidigal PM, Vieira NM, Lamas-Maceiras M, Esperanza Cerdán M, González-Siso MI, Lahtvee PJ, Batista da Silveira W (2017) Transcriptome analysis of the thermotolerant yeast Kluyveromyces marxianus CCT 7735 under ethanol stress. Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology, doi:10.1007/s00253-017-8432-0 [link]

Babazadeh R*, Lahtvee PJ*, Adiels CB, Goksör M, Nielsen J, Hohmann S (2017) The yeast osmostress response is carbon source dependent. Scientific Reports, 7, 990. [link]

Bonturi N, Crucellob A, Carvalho Vianab AJ, Alves Miranda E (2017) Microbial oil production in sugarcane bagasse hemicellulosic hydrolysate without nutrient supplementation by a Rhodosporidium toruloides adapted strain. Process Biochemistry, 57:16-25. [link]


Lahtvee PJ, Kumar R, Hallström BM, Nielsen J (2016) Adaptation to different types of stress converge on mitochondrial metabolism. Molecular Biology of the Cell 27: 2505-2514. [link]


Kerkhoven EJ*, Lahtvee PJ*, Nielsen J (2015) Applications of computational modeling in metabolic engineering of yeast. FEMS Yeast Research 15: 1-13. [link]

Kumar R, Lahtvee PJ, Nielsen J (2015) Systems biology: Developments and Applications. Molecular Mechanisms in Yeast Carbon Metabolism, Editors: J. Piskur and C. Compagno. 83-96. [link]


Lahtvee PJ#, Seiman A, Arike L, Adamberg K, Vilu R (2014) Protein turnover forms one of the highest maintenance costs in Lactococcus lactis. Microbiology 160: 1501-1512. [link]