seegerlab

RESEARCH GROUP SEEGER

RESEARCH GROUP SEEGER

university of zurich

RESEARCH GROUP SEEGER

RESEARCH GROUP SEEGER

university of zurich

RESEARCH GROUP SEEGER

RESEARCH GROUP SEEGER

university of zurich

RESEARCH GROUP SEEGER

RESEARCH GROUP SEEGER

university of zurich

RESEARCH GROUP SEEGER

RESEARCH GROUP SEEGER

university of zurich

RESEARCH GROUP SEEGER

RESEARCH GROUP SEEGER

university of zurich

RESEARCH GROUP SEEGER

RESEARCH GROUP SEEGER

university of zurich

RESEARCH GROUP SEEGER

RESEARCH GROUP SEEGER

university of zurich

our projects

MycoTransport

DrugEfflux

Sybodies

NestLink

Our mission

We are a team of creative, ambitious and friendly researchers who investigate membrane transport processes in pathogenic bacteria and develop innovative protein engineering tools. We combine the disciplines of structural biology, binder generation, protein biochemistry and microbiology to uncover molecular details of how membrane transport proteins expel antibiotics, shuttle siderophores and export lipids. Sybodies and NestLink enable us to target membrane transporters in the cellular context to develop rapid diagnostics, novel antibiotics and tailor-made research tools.

The co-initiators of the #StickToScience initiative have sent an open letter to the EC President Ursula @vonderleyen asking her to intervene urgently in the critical issue for science created by the delay of the association of 🇬🇧 and 🇨🇭to #HorizonEurope.
https://t.co/KHUzAxWYgG

Meet MFSD2A: A brain transport protein that has a side-job as placental cell-fusion mediator.

See more in our News & Views piece for @NatureSMB where we discuss new #structuralbiology #cryoem results from the Reyes lab

https://t.co/pUwIDTeJQa

Congrats to everyone! We are super proud of you, Imre 🤩💪 @Prolatium https://t.co/4Aoouxv43M
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International Transmembrane Transporter Society @ITTS_Cure
Congratulations to our Young Scientists on a fantastic session! #ITTS2022 https://t.co/ROmsBA5AWb

Four weeks of time flied so fast! We're happy that you enjoyed your stay and we had a great time with you too. Many thanks for all the scientific discussions and after work beers🍻😉. We're excited to see the sybody selection platform being implemented in the @Intein lab🥳 https://t.co/x5vKO8BMQu
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Tobias Raisch @TobiasRaisch
On the way home now from Zurich after four very interesting weeks learning how to do Sybody selections against membrane proteins @seegerlab @UZH_ch. https://t.co/9oFWQJ9z1V

Dear Membrane proteins community! 📢
I have the very first #PhD #Position available in my group @UCPH_Research. We are looking for an enthusiastic candidate, interested in structural biology and transport mechanisms:

https://t.co/gROLxM0WOH

Please spread the word!