Maciek R. Antoniewicz
Maciek R. Antoniewicz

Centennial (Endowed) Full Professor of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering
University of Delaware

Phone: (302) 831-8960
Fax: (302) 831-1048

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University of Delaware
The Antoniewicz laboratory for Metabolic Engineering and Systems Biology develops next generation tools and techniques for analyzing, engineering and manipulating microbial and mammalian systems applied to specific problems in biotechnology and medicine.

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Microbiome Microbial communities and microbiome
We are elucidating interactions in synthetic and natural microbial communities using novel 13C-metabolic flux analysis techniques that we are developing in our lab.

E. coli metabolism E. coli metabolism, adaptive evolution
We are studying E. coli metabolism by quantifying cellular responses to genetic perturbations and measuring flux rewiring after adaptive laboratory evolution.

Cancer metabolism Cancer metabolism
We are elucidating altered metabolism of cancer cells such as activation of latent metabolic pathways, and identifying novel therapeutic targets to combat cancer.

CHO cells CHO cell culture
We are studying dynamic metabolism of Chinese hamster ovary (CHO) cells in fed-batch culture and developing new strategies to improve protein production.

Metabolic Engineering Metabolic engineering for sustainability
We are engineering microbial systems for the biological production of renewable chemicals and fuels from carbohydrates (glucose, xylose) and gasses (CO2, syngas).

Algae Algae and cyanobacteria
We are studying metabolism of microalgae and cyanobacteria and identifying new metabolic engineering targets to improve CO2 fixation and photosynthetic efficiency.