The Liu laboratory is dedicated to developing a high-throughput cryo-electron tomography (cryo-ET) pipeline for high-resolution structure determination of molecular machines in cells. Our state-of-the-art imaging system has been utilized to gain molecular insights into fundamental biochemical processes: bacterial motility, chemotactic signaling, protein secretion, and DNA translocation.
Molecular Machines in Cells
A wonderful review by our @ChangYunjie #FlagellarMotor @CellPressNews Structural basis of bacterial flagellar motor rotation and switching https://t.co/OGXhDKEzbl2 DAYS AGO
Cell wall is mostly finished on the E. coli painting. Jumping into the nucleoid now. https://t.co/H77cVoVA64A MONTH AGO
Great paper from former @microbelab Groisman lab member Jinki Yeom, Asst Prof SNUCM, revealing how protein preservation speeds growth recovery #bacterialgrowth #microbes https://t.co/iKFGGDjaaU https://t.co/P6P54McXBe3 MONTHS AGO