I think it was a bit too sunny today in Halle 🙂The Kastritis Lab, November 2019: From left to right: Dr. Ulla Niesbach-Kloesgen (Project Coordinator); Fotis Kyrilis (Staff Scientist); Christian Tüting (Staff Scientist); Dr. Farzad Hamdi (Staff Scientist); Dr. Annette Continue reading The Kastritis Lab, November 2019
We are proud to co-organize the 1st International Meeting of ZIK HALOmem “Membrane Structure and Dynamics”. We will hold sessions on membrane proteins, biological membranes and function at and across membranes, whereas HALOmem will present its research in an additional Continue reading 1st HALOmem International Meeting – Membrane structure and dynamics: 14-15 Nov 2019
Our paper is available as a pre-print in Biorxiv (https://www.biorxiv.org/content/10.1101/738724v1). In this work, we have determined the atomic structure of mouse apoferritin using the Glacios microscope. Its difference comparedd to other 200 keV microscope is its compact design, allowing the Continue reading Our paper on the 2.7 Å structure of apoferritin with the Glacios and the Falcon 3EC is available as a preprint!
Dmitry and Yiannis joined the Scipion course for Image Processing in Madrid! They learned secrets of image processing and are keen on sharing those in the lab! I guess weather was good, but we are not jealous – Germany is Continue reading Dmitry and Yiannis at the cryo-EM course!
Besides relion, which we currently use for image processing, scipion is another software to analyze images and reconstruct electron density maps and/or calculate cryo-EM models. We would like to explore cryo-EM image processing with scipion, as it is a software Continue reading Congratulations to Dmitry – Awarded accommodation fellowship for cryo-EM course