Rouiller laboratory: Understanding how molecular machines function through cryo-electron microscopy


Research Overview

The Rouiller lab utilises cryo-electron microscopy as a structural biology approach to study how molecular machines function. Using the single particle and tomography techniques, we determine the structures of molecular machines "in action" along their biological pathways. The systems we study include:

  • The AAA ATPase p97 activity in health and disease (cont)

Research Projects

Faculty Research Themes

Neuroscience, Infection and Immunology, Cancer

School Research Themes

Biomedical Neuroscience, Infection & Immunity, Cancer in Biomedicine, Cellular Imaging & Structural Biology

Key Contact

For further information about this research, please contact Associate Professor Isabelle Rouiller

Department / Centre

Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

Unit / Centre

Rouiller laboratory

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