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.

Critical discussion on drug efflux in Mycobacterium tuberculosis | FEMS Microbiology Reviews | Oxford Academic https://t.co/wruKL1M4oE

This is a must read! There is so much €$¥# out there on “efflux” in Mtb, that really amounts to nothing. Thank you for writing this up. https://t.co/5Q3pHuZlPe

The heros of this review, Sille Remm and Jennifer Earp, with a very proud PI https://t.co/vXtKpjVxJx seegerlab photo

We're excited that our latest review on the multifaceted characters of mycobacterial drug efflux pumps is out in @FEMSmicro 🥳🥳
Great collaboration with @ThomasD57648102 and @vdartois1🤝
https://t.co/opelZsXW2P #mycobacteria #tuberculosis #drugefflux https://t.co/CFh8bNUDHh
seegerlab photo

Fantastic work forensically analyse the effect of 1539 mutants on the function of a drug efflux pump in the context of an inward-facing #cryoem structure. Many great insights into both function and mechanism. https://t.co/WdaAuaxKWk