Visualizing Molecular Machines In Cells
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.
...and we are thankful to be together apart with you! https://t.co/MHcnQXJRlT #thankfulforscience @YaleMed https://t.co/5spDRbIUnm4 DAYS AGO
Congratulations to the @Hatzios_Lab, who have received a Concern Foundation grant to target cancer-causing infections https://t.co/sJliFK1VOm @ConcernFdn @Yale @MCDB_Yale https://t.co/mDWVQTWdQ515 DAYS AGO
🦠 Many bacteria require flagella for the ability to move, survive, and cause infection. Check out @BritCarroll2 's review on recent structural studies that have led to a mechanistic understanding of flagellar assembly, function, and evolution. https://t.co/CKxWa7NzXS https://t.co/iu8vUSQD0L23 DAYS AGO